Apply to Master of Arts in Applied Psychology in Higher Education Student Personnel Administration (MA)
Now Enrolling for January 2014
Thank you for considering the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) programs. Applicants are considered on their overall potential for successful performance in graduate level coursework as well as the potential “fit” with our programs and fields of study.
In the links below you will find application information to the MA in Applied Psychology in Higher Education Student Personnel Administration program. Transcripts should be sent to the MSPP Admissions Office to arrive on or before the set deadline. All other materials must be supplied electronically through your online application account.
Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.
Suggested 2 years of business or higher education work experience or training and background in higher education or mental health.
> Required Application Materials
Apply Online use this link to fill out and submit your application online.
Send supporting materials such as transcripts and official General GRE scores to:
One Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
Times and Deadlines for 2014 Admission
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Selection of Candidates
Completed application packets are thoroughly reviewed by members of the MSPP faculty. Each component of the application is an important part of the process. Although cutoff scores are not strictly applied, an undergraduate and/or graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher is expected. Applicants are welcome to submit GRE scores in order to present another indication of their strengths and abilities although the GRE is not required. Applicants who are non-native speakers of English may be required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) to provide evidence of their level of English as it is spoken and written in North America. TOEFL combined scores (listening, structure and written expression, speaking and reading) will ideally be over 637 (paper-based), 270 (computer based) or 110 (internet based).