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All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements.

Undergraduate Admission

When you apply to TWU, we will evaluate your academic achievement and preparation, as well as your standardized test scores. Admission to TWU is valid for four terms, unless you have attended another higher education institution. 

Check out the links below for specific admissions information:

Questions about the admissions process? Contact the Office of Admissions Processing.

Office of Admissions Processing
Texas Woman’s University
P.O. Box 425649
Denton, TX 76204-5649
oap@twu.edu
940-898-3076 or 1-866-809-6130 ext. 3076

The following degrees have additional secondary admission criteria.

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology (Graduate School Preparation)

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Graduate School Preparation) degree plan. If GPA requirements are not met, students will be moved to the B.S. in Psychology degree plan.

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology (Pre-​Occupational Therapy)

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Pre-Occupational Therapy) degree plan. If GPA requirements are not met, students will be moved to the B.S. in Psychology degree plan.

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology (Pre-​Physical Therapy)

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA for the Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Pre-Physical Therapy) degree plan. If GPA requirements are not met, students will be moved to the B.S. in Psychology degree plan.

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology (School Psychology Accelerated Track)

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Students must maintain a 3.5 GPA for the accelerated tracks and should enter TWU as FTIC. Students must also take the GRE in the Fall of their third year and apply to the Specialist’s in School Psychology Program through the department in their third year. Please see the Psychology and Philosophy Graduate Programs website for information about applying to the Specialist’s in School Psychology. If accelerated track GPA requirements are not met or if not accepted into the graduate program, students will be moved to the graduate preparation track.

Admission to the B.S. in Psychology (Counseling Psychology Accelerated Track)

All applicants must meet the general undergraduate admission requirements. Additional admission requirements for the undergraduate psychology program are as follows:

  1. completion of 45 semester credit hours,
  2. completion of Introduction to General Psychology (PSY 1013), Developmental Psychology (PSY 1603), Professional Development in Psychology (PSY 2013), and Abnormal Psychology (PSY 2513) with a C or higher,
  3. consistent adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy and,
  4. completion of the Psychology Major Application.

Students will initially enter as pre-psychology majors. Acceptance into the Psychology program is contingent upon meeting departmental requirements. Many psychology courses require that students be a Psychology major prior to enrollment. Therefore, it is important that students complete the departmental admissions process as soon as admission requirements are met. Departmental admission applications are processed on a rolling basis but can take up to four (4) weeks to process dependent on submission time.

Continued enrollment in the program is contingent upon completion of psychology and philosophy coursework with a C or higher and continued adherence to the Psychology Program Code of Professional Conduct policy

Students must maintain a 3.5 GPA for the accelerated tracks and should enter TWU as FTIC. Students must also take the GRE in the Fall of their third year and apply to the Master’s in Counseling Psychology Program through the department in their third year. Please see the Psychology and Philosophy Graduate Programs website for information about applying to the Master’s in Counseling Psychology Program. If accelerated track GPA requirements are not met or if not accepted into the graduate program, students will be moved to the graduate preparation track.

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