Yes. We offer individual campus tours and appointments Monday through Friday. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248.476.1122, ext. 117. Admissions can assist you in talking with a current student, faculty member or alumni.
The MA in Clinical Psychology may be completed in a 11 months with a full-time schedule or in two years with a part-time schedule. The PsyD in Clinical Psychology is a minimum four year, full-time program.
The master’s and doctoral programs are on-site only. However, there are certain courses that may include online components. We do offer an online certificate program in the Psychology of Aging & Well-Being.
No, MiSPP is solely a graduate institution.
You must have, or be completing a bachelor’s degree to apply to the MA program. If your major is not in psychology, social work, counseling or a demonstrated equivalent, you may still be considered for admission upon completion of required prerequisite coursework.
For the PsyD program, a graduate major in psychology, social work, or counseling is required.
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The GRE general test is required for admission to the PsyD program. The GRE must have been taken within 5 years of your intended start term at MiSPP. MiSPP’s school code is 1413.
Yes, you may defer your application for one year; however, new admission requirements may apply. Some admission materials may need to be resubmitted within that year. You may also be required to re-interview.
No, you can send in documents individually and they will be added to your file. Applications will only be reviewed upon receipt of all required documents.
MiSPP does not offer campus housing. Farmington Hills and surrounding areas offer a wide variety of living options depending on budget and preferences.
Your personal essay is a very important part of your application and should be 2-3 pages in length. When writing your essay, be sure to address all three points listed on the application checklist.
Yes. However, your acceptance will be conditional upon the completion of this degree prior to your matriculation to MiSPP. No exceptions will be made to this requirement. In order to be fully accepted, a final and official transcript indicating completion of the degree must be submitted directly from the issuing institution to MiSPP prior to August 15th of the entering year.
Classes are comprised of lectures, discussion, individual and group student presentations, student collaborative activities, and experiential exercises.
Yes, MiSPP is approved by the U.S. Department of Education for participation in the Direct Loan Program. All students who wish to apply for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form each year. The FAFSA form is available on the web at http://www.fafsa.gov/. MiSPP’s school code is G21989. Please visit Financial Aid for more information.
No, we have a rolling admission policy at MiSPP which means that we accept applications year round. It is recommended that you submit your application materials early as review begins in January and continues until the program is full.
A background check is required for applicants/current students that have been convicted of a felony and/or misdemeanor violent in nature and/or involving children/minors. Having a felony or misdemeanor conviction does not automatically exclude admission to the academic program(s). For more information, please contact Tori A. Holmes, the Coordinator of Admissions & Student Engagement, at email@example.com or 248-476-1122 ext. 117.
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