2019-2020 Catalog

Admission Requirements Specific to Undergraduate Programs in the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS)

Additional admission requirements for Undergraduate programs in the School of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

  1. Applicant must submit a personally written essay of 1-2 pages that includes the following information. The essay may be used to determine minimum qualifications for admission to the program.
    • Personal experience: describes briefly one or two important life events that have contributed to the applicant’s identity and view of the world.
    • Professional experience: describes briefly the applicant’s past and current experiences working with people.
    • Professional goal statement: states the applicant’s reasons for wanting to complete a bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology or Human Services.

Additionally, the Bachelor of Arts in Human Services requires the signed acknowledgement of “Student Information Statement Regarding Internships and Criminal Background Checks”.

Undergraduate Certificate

No additional requirements are needed beyond the University’s general admission requirements. Upon completion of an undergraduate certificate program, credits earned may be applied to appropriate bachelor’s degree programs if all other admission requirements have been met.

Exceptions to this policy may be made by the school dean.