BA Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology

Discover how to identify, treat and prevent psychological disorders.

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Admission Requirements

  • Complete your online application: no fee required.
  • Provide official documentation of high school graduation or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) if applying with fewer than 24 semester credit hours completed at an accredited institution.
  • Provide official transcripts of all regionally accredited colleges and universities previously attended or presently attending.
  • Credit hours earned from regionally accredited schools will automatically be evaluated for transfer hours as part of the formal application process. In order for a class to be eligible for transfer, a grade of C- or better must have been achieved.
  • Official records must also be requested for any of the following that have been completed:
    • CLEP/Advanced Placement exams
    • DANTES, USAFI examinations, Regent Standardized Examinations or other advanced placement examinations
  • In addition to the standard application components based on their program of interest, international students may also be required to submit additional requirements.

*Admissions Requirements are subject to change. Please contact a student services representative for the most current information.

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A few words from psychology students

“Working in psychiatry and taking classes at FIT, I have been able to incorporate both my work life into my schooling and my schooling into my work life. During meetings, I have been able to talk about things the unit or patients may need and staff listened. Since attending FIT, I have been able to put together a clinical practice group for psychiatry, and request and get recreational therapy and hospital school for the minor children who have been in the emergency department more than 24 hours.”

Yvell S.

BA Applied Psychology Clinical Psychology