To apply for Graduate School at Mount Aloysius College, applicants must submit the following information to the office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions:
At the discretion of the Committee of Graduate School Admissions, applicants may be asked to submit letters of recommendation that verify professional experience, academic ability, volunteer experience, and aptitude for the proposed career path, as well as complete a personal interview.
Applicants to the General Psychology and the Community Counseling program must show evidence of successful completion of undergraduate statistics. If an applicant has not completed an undergraduate statistics course, he or she is expected to do so prior to matriculation, or, is expected to enroll in an undergraduate statistics course as part of his or her program.
Students may be accepted on a provisional basis if they do not meet all the academic admission requirements for official acceptance. Students accepted on a provisional basis are permitted to enroll in up to six credits (2 classes). Provisional status will be removed if the student receives a letter grade of “B” or better in each course. Provisional acceptance is done a case-per-case basis.
Students who have not been formally accepted into a graduate program at Mount Aloysius College are eligible to enroll in up to six credits of coursework as a non-matriculating student.
Transfer Credits from other Colleges\Universities
Students are asked to make requests in writing to the Director of Graduate and Continuing Education. An official college transcript must accompany the written request. A maximum of six credits (2 classes) will be considered for transfer from another college.
Courses considered for transfer must meet the following criteria:
• three credit, graduate level (500 – 600 level)
• a letter grade of “B” or better
• comparable to one of our courses (course titles and descriptions must be substantially the same)
• completed within the last ten years
Transfer credits will appear on the transcript as fulfilling program requirements or as electives. Transfer credits do not affect the student’s GPA. All transfer credits are made in semester credits. Therefore, any transfer credits based upon credit systems will be converted to semester credits. Semester credit values are rounded to the nearest hundredth. If a student is awarded transfer credit, he or she may not receive credit at Mount Aloysius College that duplicates the learning for which transfer credit was given. The Program Coordinator will judge the similarity of the courses. The Registrar will review the request and make the final decision.
For more Information Contact:
Director of Graduate and Continuing Education