You can contact international admissions in the Office of Global Education at 330-672-7980 or firstname.lastname@example.org. International applications are received and processed by KSU’s Office of Global Education.
For additional information on the international student application process, visit international admissions Frequently Asked Questions.Read More
The areas of interest for Clinical Psychology include Adult Psychopathology, Assessment, Child Clinical, Clinical Health, and Neuropsychology. Please visit our webpage at www.kent.edu/psychology/training-areas to learn more information about each training area and the core faculty members.Read More
The Department evaluates each applicant's entire package. We do require a minimum last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework GPA of 3.0 but no minimum GRE score. The table below shows the average scores of applicants recently admitted to the Clinical and Psychological Science programs.Read More
In evaluating applications, the Department focuses on your grades and the courses in which they were earned, your personal statement, which should reflect your professional goals, areas of specialized interest, research experience and other relevant background experiences, your letters of recommendation, and your scores on the GRE. The Department will, of course, consider your complete application, including any special experiences or circumstances you might want to call to our attention.Read More
Our application deadline is December 1st. In order for an application to be considered complete, the department must have received all application materials including:
Statement of Career Goals and Purpose, describing your motivation for graduate study, your future professional goals, and your reasons for having selected Kent State University for graduate study. You are encouraged to identify any faculty with whom you have a particular interest in working.