To be considered for admission to any graduate course, the prospective student must complete the graduate application and submit a nonrefundable $45 application fee and transcripts, including proof of a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Certificate, credential and degree programs are available. A student may select the "Nondegree/Special Student" option; however, this will limit the student's course enrollment options. An applicant may be approved to take courses as a nondegree-seeking student with the understanding that those courses do not count toward a graduate program nor would those courses qualify a student for financial aid.
A nondegree-seeking student can take a maximum of two classes in the Clinical Psychology program, must submit an application to establish nondegree-seeking status, and is ineligible for financial aid. To enroll in additional courses, admission to the program is mandatory.
Nondegree-seeking students may take unlimited classes in the Graduate School of Theology, but may not receive financial aid. If the student decides to pursue the degree, a program must be declared and requirements verified for graduation purposes.