Undergraduate Counseling and Human Services majors with outstanding academic records may be eligible for early admission to either the Clinical Mental Health, Rehabilitation or School Counseling graduate degree program through the Accelerated Master’s Degree Program . Interested undergraduate students from other relevant discipline areas may also be considered.
Interested students must commit to this program no later than the end of their junior year of academic study and adhere to the admissions deadlines published on the University of Scranton Graduate Admissions website. Contact Tammy Manka, Coordinator of PCPS Graduate Academic Services, for additional information.
Interested applicants must have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average after completion of 63 semester hours, 3.4 after 80 semester hours, 3.3 grade point average after 96 semester hours, or 3.2 grade point average after 112 hours. In addition to meeting the minimum grade point average outlined for the accelerated program in counseling, each candidate will participate in the admissions process for the graduate program to which they are applying. The Clinical Mental Health Counseling, the Rehabilitation Counseling, and the School Counseling programs all require participation in a group interview as part of the application process.
For more information about the Counseling and Human Services department, visit its website.