Applying to Graduate Programs at Marietta College
Application procedures differ depending on the master's degree program you are considering. Below is a brief summary of each program's requirement, with a link to view the full requirements. Please contact the department of the program you'd like to enter for specific questions about their admissions.
Review of applicants is continual and students may begin in either the Fall or Spring semester. Students applying are required to have completed either a bachelor’s degree with a major or minor in psychology from an accredited college or university; or to have completed a minimum of twelve undergraduate credit hours in psychology. They are also required to have completed specific psychology coursework and meet the minimum GPA requirement. GRE scores are asked for but there is no minimum for admission. Applying students are asked to complete an application, provide letters of reference and write a one-page essay.
Applicants to the CMHC program at Marietta College will complete an application form, provide copies of all undergraduate transcripts, showing a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0. Those students who do not meet this minimum GPA requirement will be required to submit suitable GRE scores. Applicants who already hold a graduate degree will not be required to take the GRE. Applicants will also be required to submit recommendation forms completed by 3 professional references and be subject to an admissions interview.
Applicants to the Marietta College Physician Assistant Program must hold a Bachelor's degree in any discipline from a regionally accredited institution and have taken the pre-requisite coursework meeting a minimum GPA requirement. Applying students must submit GRE test scores with their CASPA application and meet the Technical Standards of the Program.
Visit Areas of Study for a list of graduate programs and links to further information.
International Graduate Students:
In addition to the required TOEFL test scores and essay, international graduate students will be administered a writing test in the presence of an officer of the College. Based on the results of their writing sample, accepted students may be required to take English as a Second Language courses in preparation for graduate study. If so, additional tuition fees will be applicable.