Apply to the Human Sexuality PhD Program
Fall 2015 Application opens November 15, 2014!
Online Admissions Application: there is a non-refundable $65 application fee.
Degree Requirement: The Clinical Practice concentration is open to applicants who have completed a bachelor's degree, master's program in a clinical field (MFT, LPCC, or LCSW) from an accredited program and are licensed or are license-eligible. The Sexuality Policy Leadership concentration is open to applicants who have completed a master's program from an accredited institution.
Transcripts: Official transcripts from all accredited academic institutions attended within the United States. Transcripts must arrive in their official, sealed envelopes.
Statement of Purpose: A two-page (typed, double-spaced) statement answering the following question – How does studying Human Sexuality advance social justice?
Goal Statement: A one-page (typed, double-spaced) statement of your educational goals including your potential dissertation topic.
Two Letters of Recommendation: One letter must be from an academic reference and one letters must come from professional reference. Recommendations should use standard business format and include full contact information-name, email, phone number, and mailing address.
Academic Writing Sample: A writing sample that demonstrates your capacity to think critically and reflectively and demonstrates graduate level writing abilities. A sample that uses outside sources must include proper citations. You may submit copies of previous work, such as a final project paper, an academic paper, article, or report that reflects scholarly abilities.
Interview: After an applicant submits a complete online application and all supplemental documents are received, the Human Sexuality Department will review the application materials and will conduct interviews with viable candidates.
If you have any additional questions about admissions, please contact our admissions counselor: