The program of study prepares graduates with basic counseling, interviewing, training, management and/or consultation skills. Master's level management courses provide for a program like few other's. Graduates qualify for a variety of positions in business, government, non-profits, social services, and consulting. Additional coursework can lead to a professional counseling license.
The curriculum for this program does not fulfill the Ohio Professional Counselor licensure requirements.
Eileen Self, Ph.D.
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- 3.0 cumulative minimum GPA or better, and GRE score of 291 (Q&V sections combined) or MAT scaled score of 403
- 3.3 cumulative minimum GPA
*Applicants can also be admitted conditionally if cumulative GPA is between 2.3 and 2.9 and GRE score is between 281 and 290, or MAT scaled score is between 381 and 402.
The graduate counseling and rehabilitation counseling programs review and admit new student twice a year. You are eligible to begin your program the following semester after you are admitted (i.e., students admitted in the fall are eligible to start taking classes in the spring semester, and so on.) The deadline to have all required application materials submitted to the Graduate School is as follows:
- Spring 2015 Semester Admission: September 19, 2014
- Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 Semester Admission: February 3, 2015
- Spring 2016 Semester Admission: September 18, 2015
Only complete applications will be forward to the Department of Human Services office for review. Please check with the Graduate School at (937) 775-2976 to determine if your application is complete. After department review, successful candidates will be invited to a required group interview (successful candidates will receive invitation via mail). Group interviews details are provided in invitation letter.
Apply to Graduate School.
- Three Recommendation Forms (PDF) from individuals listed as references.
- A statement of educational and professional goals.
Successfully complete an interview with program faculty.