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Applying: Doctoral Programs



Applying for Admission: PsyD Clinical Psychology

FALL 2015 COHORT DEADLINE: January 8, 2015

Review the Pre-Requisite Requirements
Please review important information about pre-requisites before beginning the application. 

Complete the Application
Please create an account BEFORE you begin the online application process. Once you have created an account, sign in and complete the online application.  The $35 fee is waived when the application is submitted online.  Please provide your former/maiden name if you have one.

Note: On the application, there is an option for other program consideration.  If you would like to be considered for the Master's Psychology/General Theoretical program should you not qualify for admission into the post-Bachelor's program, please complete this section of the application.  Otherwise you will not be considered for the Master's option.

Transcripts
Submit OFFICIAL, SEALED transcripts of all your academic work including coursework done at Marywood.  When requesting transcripts, please ask the sending institution to indicate your current name and former/maiden name.

Test Scores
Submit scores from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test taken within the past five years. Please request that your scores be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Marywood. Our ETS school code is 2407.

Personal Statement
Submit a PERSONAL STATEMENT on the goals you hope to meet through participation in this PsyD program. (Not to exceed 500 words, double-spaced.)

Reference Forms
For post-master's applicant's, please send three REFERENCE FORMS (at least two must be from full time faculty from the master's program where you completed your degree). For post-bachelor's applicants, please send three REFERENCE FORMS (at least two must be from psychologists). Reference forms are available online or obtain printed forms from us. Have them completed, signed and returned to us. These forms cannot be submitted electronically.

All documents submitted in connection with the application become the property of the University.

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Applying for Admission: PhD Human Development

FALL 2015 COHORT DEADLINE: February 20, 2015

Review the Pre-Requisite Requirements
Please review important information about pre-requisites before beginning the application. 

Complete the Application
Please create an account BEFORE you begin the online application process. Once you have created an account, sign in and complete the online application.   The $35 fee is waived when the application is submitted online.  Please provide your former/maiden name if you have one.

Transcripts
Submit OFFICIAL, SEALED transcripts of all your academic work (undergraduate and graduate) including coursework done at Marywood.  When requesting transcripts, please ask the sending institution to indicate your current name and former/maiden name.

Test Scores
Submit scores from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test taken within the past five years. Please request that your scores be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Marywood. Our ETS school code is 2407.

Reflective Essay
Submit a PERSONAL STATEMENT on the goals you hope to meet through participation in the PhD program. (Not to exceed 1,000 words, double-spaced.)

Reference Forms
Send three letters of references (at least two from teachers or current supervisors). Print three blank copies of our online reference form or obtain printed forms from us. Have them completed, signed and returned to us. These forms cannot be submitted electronically. Letters should be sent to Marywood University's Office of Graduate Admissions with an official signature across the sealed flap of the envelope. These forms cannot be submitted electronically.

Personal Interview and Writing Sample
Contact the PhD Program office at 570-961-4752 for more information.

All documents submitted in connection with the application become the property of the University.

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