Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling


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Admissions

Admissions to the Masters Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Rowan University is a competitive process, and we traditionally receive more applications than we can accept each year. Your application will be reviewed by both the graduate school and the admissions committee for the graduate program. Admission requirements for the graduate school include:
  1. A completed graduate admissions application which includes a summary of educational and professional experiences.
  2. Two letters of recommendation from professional or academic sources.
  3. A statement of objectives.
  4. Official transcripts from every university attended.
  5. An official copy of your Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test Scores
  6. An application fee
In addition to the graduate school requirements, the program also requires the following for admission:
  1. At least 12 credit hours of undergraduate coursework in a counseling related major.
  2. Undergraduate courses in Abnormal Psychology and Research Methods/Statistics
  3. An in-person interview

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