For admissions consideration, applicants should submit:
- College of Education Application for Admission
- Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts from all accredited institutions attended.
- Official scores from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) taken no longer than 5 years prior to application.
Statement of Goals which should be written in autobiographical style and explain your interest in pursuing a doctoral degree in education. The statement should address the following questions:
- How does the doctoral program at Temple fit your individual interests, needs, and future goals (including the faculty member whose research best matches your own interests)?
- Why do you wish to become a school psychologist?
- What do you perceive as the role and functions of a school psychologist?
- What is your area of research focus?
- Academic Writing Sample which should be a paper written for a class within the last five years. If applicants do not have a recent paper written for a class, they should compose an op-ed piece on the educational issue of their choosing. The op-ed should be between 400-1200 words and should be the kind of piece that might appear in the New York Times or Philadelphia Inquirer.
- Two Letters of Reference should be obtained to provide insight regarding the applicant's academic competence. References from college/university faculty are recommended.
- Professional Resume
- An interview with the faculty admissions committee may be required after your application becomes complete.
Submitting Your Documents
Once you have completed your application for admission, your next step is to submit your supporting documents.
Submit all required admissions documents by the December 1 application deadline to receive priority consideration for admission and financial support.