Fall 2009 – Summer 2010 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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career services the objective of career planning services in the spc is to help students and alumni pursue leadership positions in their chosen fields individual job search consultations résumé assistance and job research strategies are available at www.regent.edu/acad/schcou/alumni/jobs1.html or from the career and field placement coordinator student profile regent psychology and counseling students are diverse in religious national and ethnic origins and number approximately 400 the average student age is in the mid 30s three fourths are women and approximately one third are minorities admissions requirements refer to the ―admission to regent graduate schools‖ section of this catalog for additional information regarding admission procedures and requirements psy.d in clinical psychology see the admission to regent university section of the catalog for admissions requirements in addition the spc expects applicants to 1 have a b.a or b.s with a minimum of a 3.0 gpa in the major or an m.a or m.ed with at least a 3.5 gpa accepted degrees include those in counseling psychology or related human behavioral fields 2 have taken at least 18 completed credit hours in psychology courses the following courses are recommended introduction to psychology psychological statistics/research methods personality theory human development abnormal psychology psychological tests measurements social psychology and physiological psychology 3 submit the official gre test scores the gre cannot be waived and must have been taken within the last three years a minimum combined score of 1,000 between the verbal and quantitative portions of the gre exam is desired the gre writing exam is also required for more information about the various graduate tests contact a local university testing office or the educational testing service princeton nj 08541 609.771.7670 4 submit a résumé 5 submit a writing sample a maximum of 10 pages of scholarly writing acceptance into the psy.d program is based on a competitive consideration of the entire application no student will be formally admitted to the program in any status until all required materials have been received and evaluated by the admissions committee applicants are evaluated based on their strength over all of the areas addressed in the application process this ―whole person‖ approach to applicant evaluation allows students who have relative weaknesses in a domain but also with off-setting strengths in other areas to be considered for admission however successful applicants will typically exceed all of the admission expectations noted above ph.d in counselor education supervision see the admission to regent university section of the catalog for admissions requirements in addition the spc requires applicants to 1 have a master’s degree with a minimum of a 3.5 gpa in counseling or a significantly equivalent field accepted degrees include those in counseling social work or psychology having at least one year of experience in the mental health field is strongly desirable 2 submit the official gre scores for the general test the gre cannot be waived but scores more than five years old may be submitted at the applicant’s option on the gre a minimum combined score of 1,000 between the verbal and quantitative portions of the exam is preferred for more information about the gre contact a local university testing office or the educational testing service princeton nj 08541 609.771.7670 3 submit a résumé 4 submit a writing sample a maximum of 10 pages of scholarly writing 5 submit a 15-20 minute vhs videotape that cannot be returned that demonstrates counseling skills 6 in response to the regent board of trustees’ mandate that all students be proficient in writing upon beginning the program all applicants must submit the gre writing exam acceptance into the ph.d program is based on a competitive consideration of the entire application no student will be formally admitted to the program in any status until all required materials have been received and evaluated by the 261