1. Minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.7; the Graduate Record Examination is not required.
2. 15-25 credits of approved courses from the following fields: anthropology, economics, education, guidance, health sciences, political science, psychology, sociology, and related areas.
3. Evidence of oral and written expression consonant with graduate-level study.
4. Interviews with faculty members, alumni, or currently enrolled students. Central purposes of these interviews include assessing counselor potential, applicability of work and life experience, and candidate expectations about both the programs and the field.
5. Recommendations from appropriate professional or academic references to aid in determining potential for work as a professional counselor.
6. Meeting these minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the program. Admission to the program is highly competitive, and each applicant’s grade point average, counselor potential, and applicability of work and life experience are carefully considered.