Chatham University

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (MS) Admission Requirements

Application Deadline

Fall Recommended Deadline - July 1*
*Rolling admission for Fall entry until August 1
Spring Recommended Deadline - November 1

Application Requirements

Applicants to the MS in Counseling Psychology program must submit the following information to the Office of Admissions for review:

International Applicants

International Applicants to the MS in Counseling Psychology program must submit additional documentation to the Office of Admissions.

A list of these documents can be found on the Graduate Admissions Requirement for International Students page.

Pre-requisites

Admission Process

After verifying that the minimum academic requirements are met, the program utilizes a holistic approach in reviewing the candidate's entire application. This process is intended to seek talented and qualified individuals of all backgrounds. Taking multiple factors into consideration during our admissions process positively achieves the educational benefits of a student body that is both diverse and academically excellent. This approach includes an evaluation of each candidate's academic achievement as well as their personal characteristics, attributes and experiences. As part of the holistic review, Chatham reserves the right to request a background check prior to offer of admission.

Applicants will be informed by the Office of Admissions about whether or not they have been accepted into the MSCP program.

 

Integrated Degree Program Admission
(for Chatham University undergraduates only)

This program gives qualified undergraduate students the opportunity to complete the MAP degree in an accelerated fashion. The Integrated Degree Program requires a demanding undergraduate load for three years, followed by four semesters of full-time graduate study. Students need to consult their advisors early in their academic career for guidance in developing an appropriate undergraduate course of study. The following are requirements for admission to the Integrated Degree Program:

Specific Conditions for Integrated Degree Program

Students must complete a minimum of 108 undergraduate credits, including all general education and major requirements, except Tutorial, and fulfill the prerequisite for the Master of Science in Counseling Psychology program before entering the program

Applicants will be informed by the Office of Admissions about whether or not they have been accepted into the MSCP program.