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Admission Requirements

Students are accepted into the program 1 time per year to begin their studies in the Fall semester.

To be eligible, applicants must present:

  • Evidence of completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education with a minimum of GPA of 3.0.
    Non–psychology majors must have taken: Introduction to Psychology, Statistics, and Research Methods. A grade of a B or above must have been earned in the Statistics course. All transcripts of academic institutions attended should be submitted, particularly if credits were transferred.
  • Acceptable scores in the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT). Note: This requirement is waived for applicants that already possess a master’s degree (in any field). It may be waived for applicants that have a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 or higher.
  • The Application for Admission, accompanied by the stipulated application fee payable to La Salle University. This fee is waived for online applications.
  • Three letters of recommendation one of which should include a college professor who can assess the applicant’s academic qualifications and abilities as well as a supervisor who can assess the applicant’s professional qualifications, abilities, and motivation for enrolling in this program.
  • Work experience (paid or volunteer) in industrial/organizational psychology or a related area.
  • A personal statement that includes the following:

    You have made the decision to apply to La Salle's Master’s Program in Industrial Organizational Psychology. This is a professional program designed to train you to become a professional that integrates counseling and psychology theory into a business or organizational setting. In your statement, please include what professionalism means to you with regard to this degree and field. In addition, please include some information about yourself, your intentions concerning your academic and career paths, why you choose the La Salle Master’s Program, your expectations of the program, what you will contribute to the program, and what you believe you will eventually contribute to the mental health field.

  • Evidence of the ability to meet the qualifications, both academic and professional, required for field placement in the profession.

Life experience is valued and therefore some preference will be given applicants who present relevant work experience, either paid or volunteer.

Application deadline:
Deadline for submission of completed applications are due no later than August 15 for the upcoming Fall semester.

All documents should be submitted to:
Office of Graduate Enrollment
La Salle University — Box 826
1900 W. Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141–1199

215.951.1100 / Fax 215.951.1462
grad@lasalle.edu

Program offered at:


For general program information, admission requirements or application status, please contact the CFT Graduate Admission Counselor, Stacey Vinci at cftadmiss@lasalle.edu.

For advising, clinical or course-specific information, or registration, please contact the CFT office at cftma@lasalle.edu.

Francis Berna, OFM, Ph.D.

Donna A. Tonrey, Psy.D., LMFT, LPC
Director

Counseling and Family Therapy
Master's Programs
Office: Wister Hall, Room 208
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
Phone: 215.951.1767
Fax: 215.991.3585
cftma@lasalle.edu


La Salle University reserves the right to alter or change this information
at any time, without notice.

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