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Graduate Admissions Information

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The Department of Psychological Sciences, Program of Communication Sciences accepts applications for the Fall semester only. Applications will not be accepted for review after the January 31st deadline. All application materials not submitted through the online application should be sent to:

Department of Psychological Sciences, Program of Communication Sciences
Case Western Reserve University
11635 Euclid Avenue Room 333
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7154.

**Please do not send any application materials to the School of Graduate Studies**

If you are admitted to the program, you are admitted only for the term specified in the letter of admission. If you are unable to enroll in the semester for which you were initially admitted, you may request to postpone matriculation up to two regular academic semesters. In such cases, the Department may accept or reject your request and the terms of readmission may differ from the original offer. If a delay of more than two semesters is requested, your file must be reviewed and reevaluated by the Department. If more than two years elapse since acceptance, you must reapply in the same manner as a new applicant. Because non-enrolled applicant files are only kept for a maximum of two years, all materials must be resubmitted.

Admissions Requirements

Preferred minimum scores for admission are:
GPA: a minimum 3.0 GPA is required
GRE: a minimum score in the 64th percentile for verbal and a minimum score of 4.0 for writing/analytic.

If you have any questions regarding our admissions process or requirements, please contact us via e-mail or call us at 216-368-2470.

 

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