Online Graduate Application
Graduate training begins during the Fall Semester (Students are
not usually admitted mid-year), and students are considered full-time. Applicants
for graduate studies must have received, or be candidates for, a baccalaureate degree from an
approved college or university. All graduate applicants must
meet each of the following requirements:
GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Quantitative-Verbal combined
score of 1100 or higher on the general aptitude exam.
Average GREs for Ph.D. Applicants in recent years are about 1260
3.0 GPA (B average) or higher during the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate coursework.
Average GPAs for Ph.D. Applicants in recent years are about 3.6
Three letters of recommendation must be sent by persons who are familiar with the applicant's
potential for graduate study in psychology.
Frequently Asked Questions
The application deadline for the Ph.D. program is January 15th of each year. The application deadline for the M.A. program is May
1st of each year. Applicants may apply for either the M.A. or Ph.D. program. However applicants admitted to the Ph.D. program will usually have a strong record of achievement that is higher than the minimum requirements.
International students will receive financial and other information from the university after submitting applications.
To request additional information about the Graduate Training Program, write us at:
Department of Psychology
Graduate Training Program
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991
Or, send us an e-mail.
The Department of Psychology promotes diversity in graduate and professional training, and makes admissions decisions without using preferences based on race, national origin, or gender."
An Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Institution
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