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MA in Global Inclusion and Social Development | PhD in Global Inclusion and Social Development | MS in Rehabilitation Counseling | MEd in Vision Studies

Certificate in Vision Studies | Certificate in Human Rights | Certificate in Transition Leadership | Certificate in Rehabilitation Counseling |

People with disabilities should contact us by email (sgisd@umb.edu) or phone (617.287.4361) for information on receiving specific testing accommodations and for all other admission-related inquiries.

MA in Global Inclusion and Social Development

The 39-credit master’s program in global inclusion and social development invites applicants with a variety of academic and experiential backgrounds who hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (any course). Interviews are strongly recommended for interested applicants and can be scheduled by emailing sgisd@umb.edu.

Financial Aid: SGISD offers research assistantships on a competitive basis. Please indicate on your application, in the statement of purpose section, that you would like to be considered for a research assistant position.

Please use the below chart to guide you through our admissions process. The following items must be both sent to the graduate admissions office and emailed to our program: CV/resume and statement of purpose. Remove any personal information, such as Social Security numbers, from these items when emailing to us.

Please submit requested materials (personal statement, resume or CV, and writing samples only) to the program at sgisd@umb.edu. Submit materials as either Word documents or PDF files.

For additional information, email Program Coordinator Kaitlyn Siner-Cappas or call her at 617.287.3070.

Admissions Checklist

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application The application deadline for fall admissions is April 1; spring admissions deadline is November 1. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Statement of Purpose Please discuss in 1,200 words or less your reasons for pursuing graduate study and your academic, personal, and professional goals. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email to sgisd@umb.edu.
Transcripts Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. Applicants must possess a four-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation Letters should come from individuals who can speak to your academic and professional preparation for program success. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE or MAT We do not require a minimum score. Individuals who possess an MA/MS in a related field at the time of application do not need to submit test scores. This exception is only applicable to advanced degrees conferred within seven years of the time of application. The waiver of GRE scores for international applicants is at the discretion of the Office of Graduate Admissions. Office of Graduate Admissions only.
Please contact sgisd@umb.edu for questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.
Resume or Curriculum Vitae Please make sure all educational background and professional history is current with degrees earned, institutions attended, majors, and GPAs. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email to sgisd@umb.edu.
International Applicants Only: Test Scores: TOEFL or IETLS and GRE International applications are required to take either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System exam (IELTS). The waiver of GRE scores for international applicants is at the discretion of the Office of Graduate Admissions. Office of Graduate Admissions only
International Applicants Only: Additional Documentation International applicants must also submit certain additional documentation. Please view these details on the International Graduate Admissions website. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Coverdell Fellowship Applicants Only: Additional Documentation This fellowship is available to returned Peace Corps volunteers. In addition to the application steps listed above, you will need to submit a copy of your official Description of Service to the Coverdell Fellows coordinator. Learn more here.

Office of Graduate Admissions and Coverdell Fellows coordinator

PhD in Global Inclusion and Social Development

The 67-credit doctoral program in global inclusion and social development invites applicants with a variety of academic and experiential backgrounds who hold degrees from an accredited institution. Minimum requirements for the PhD in global inclusion and social development include a previous degree in education, social sciences, or a related area from an accredited college or university or international equivalent; and a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (any courses).

Applicants who possess a master's degree in education, the social sciences, or a related area may qualify to waive required concentration courses, and may be granted a doctorate in global inclusion and social development after completing 52 credits of core courses and other required degree components. Such advanced standing is at the discretion of the program, and may be subject to provision of qualifying materials, including past syllabi.

Applicants who either possess a BA-level degree*, or possess a master's degree in a non-related field at the time of application, may still apply for admission to the doctoral program. Such individuals will be considered concurrent students of  the master's and doctoral programs until all master's-level requirements in global inclusion and social development are fulfilled.

We will contact qualified applicants for an interview after an application has been received and processed.

Financial Aid: SGISD offers research assistantships on a competitive basis. Please indicate on your application, in the statement of purpose section, that you would like to be considered for a research assistant position.

Use the chart below to guide you through our admissions process, noting the items that must be both sent to the graduate admissions office and emailed to our program. Please remove any personal information, such as Social Security numbers, from these items when emailing to us.

Submit requested materials (personal statement, resume or CV, and writing samples only) to the program at sgisd@umb.eduPlease submit materials as either Word documents or PDF files.

A student currently enrolled in the master's program may apply to the PhD program by submitting the following items (see details in the checklist below): statement of purpose, current transcript, one letter of reference, one writing sample, and resume.

For additional information, please email Program Coordinator Kaitlyn Siner-Cappas or call her at 617.287.3070.

Admissions Checklist

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application
 
The application deadline for fall admission is January 2; applications received after this deadline are reviewed on a space-available basis only. No spring admission. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Statement of Purpose Please discuss in 1,200 words or less your reasons for pursuing graduate study and your academic, personal, and professional goals. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
Transcripts Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. Applicants must possess a four-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation Letters should come from individuals who can speak to your academic and professional preparation for program success. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE or MAT We do not require a minimum score. Please note that individuals who possess an MA/MS degree in a related field at the time of application do not need to submit test scores. The waiver of GRE scores for international applicants is at the discretion of the Office of Graduate Admissions.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.
Please contact sgisd@umb.edu with questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.

Current Resume or Curriculum Vitae Please make sure all educational background and professional history is current with degrees earned, institutions attended, majors, and GPAs. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
Required Writing Sample #1 Writing sample should demonstrate applicant’s ability to complete high-quality intellectual work and be of reasonable length. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
Required Writing Sample #2 Writing sample should demonstrate applicant’s ability to complete high-quality intellectual work and be of reasonable length. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
International Applicants only: Test Scores: TOEFL or IETLS International applications are required to take either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System exam (IELTS). The waiver of GRE scores for international applicants is at the discretion of the Office of Graduate Admissions. Office of Graduate Admissions only
International Applicants Only: Additional Documentation International applicants must also submit certain additional documentation. Please view these details on the International Graduate Admissions website. Office of Graduate Admissions only

Coverdell Fellowship Applicants Only: Additional Documentation

 

This fellowship is available to returned Peace Corps volunteers. In addition to the regular application steps listed above, you will need to submit a copy of your official Description of Service to the Coverdell Fellows coordinator. Learn more here. Office of Graduate Admissions and Coverdell Fellows coordinator
Personal Interview When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference). We will contact qualified candidates.

*BA-level applicants must also submit official GRE verbal and quantitative scores with their application to the PhD program. People with disabilities should contact us by email (sgisd@umb.edu) or phone (617.287.4361) for specific testing accommodations and for all other admission-related inquiries.

MS in Rehabilitation Counseling

Admissions Checklist

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Deadlines:
Summer admission: Feb. 1
Spring admission: Nov. 1

 

Office of Graduate Admissions
Transcripts Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required. Office of Graduate Admissions
Test Scores: GRE or MAT We do not require a minimum score. Please note that individuals who possess an MA/MS degree in a related field at the time of application do not need to submit test scores. Office of Graduate Admissions.
Please contact sgisd@umb.edu with questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.
Three Letters of Recommendation Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references. Office of Graduate Admissions
Statement of Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in rehabilitation counseling, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (approximately 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

If you are interested in the online program, please indicate that in your personal statement, listing summer term as your starting time.

Office of Graduate Admissions
Resume or Curriculum Vitae Please make sure all educational background and professional history is current with degrees earned, institutions attended, majors, and GPAs. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Test Scores International applications are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference). We will contact qualified candidates.
Coverdell Fellowship Applicants Only: Additional Documentation This fellowship is available to returned Peace Corps volunteers. In addition to the regular application steps listed above, you will need to submit a copy of your official Description of Service to the Coverdell Fellows coordinator. Learn more here. Office of Graduate Admissions and Coverdell Fellows coordinator

Please contact the program director, Sheila Fesko, with any questions: sheila.fesko@umb.edu, 617.287.4316.

MEd in Vision Studies

All materials and correspondence should be directed to the Office of Graduate Admissions, located in the UMass Boston Campus Center, Upper Level. You can contact them at 617.287.6400.

The Vision Studies program has three main tracks: Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI), Orientation and Mobility (O&M), and Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT). Application checklists for each of these tracks follow.

Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI)

ITEM

DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Applicants are accepted into the TVI program once a year, in the summer only. Application deadline is March 1.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to the MEd in Vision Studies, Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI) track.

Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: MTEL: Communication and Literacy; Foundations of Reading; General Curriculum 

You will be required to pass the Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL) Communication and Literacy exam for admission. This is one of three tests that are eventually required for TVI licensure. The other two must be completed as soon as possible after admission into the program.

Office of Graduate Admissions only

Statement of Interest and Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in Orientation and Mobility, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (at least 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview with Faculty Member

When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference).

We will contact qualified candidates.
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Scores International applications are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our TVI program, contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385, laura.bozeman@umb.edu).

Orientation and Mobility (O&M)

ITEM

DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Applicants are accepted into the O&M program once a year for the summer semester. Deadline is March 1.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to the MEd in Vision Studies, Orientation and Mobility (O&M) track.

Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE, MAT, or MTEL

Complete all testing required by the university. If you do not have a master's degree, you will be required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL).

Office of Graduate Admissions only. Please contact sgisd@umb.edu for questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.

Statement of Interest and Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in Orientation and Mobility, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (at least 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview with Faculty Member

When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference).

We will contact qualified candidates.
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Scores  International applicants are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our O&M program, please contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385, laura.bozeman@umb.edu) or Paula Kosior (617.287.7584, paula.kosior@umb.edu).

Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)

ITEM

DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Applicants are accepted into the VRT program once a year, for the fall semester only. Application deadline is June 1.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to the MEd in Vision Studies, Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) track.
Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE, MAT, or MTEL

If you do not have a master's degree, you will be required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL).

Office of Graduate Admissions only. Please contact sgisd@umb.edu with questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.

Statement of Interest and Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (at least 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview with Faculty Member

When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference).

Office of Graduate Admissions only
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Test Scores International applications are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our VRT program, contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385, laura.bozeman@umb.edu) or Daniel Norris (802.272.1276, daniel.norris@umb.edu).

Certificate in Vision Studies

You may choose to receive a certificate, rather than an MEd, in Vision Studies. Details on the Vision Studies certification program are here.

We offer a certificate in orientation and mobility (O&M), and in vision rehabilitation therapy (VRT). The process for applying to each of these certificate programs is outlined below.

Certificate in Orientation and Mobility (O&M)

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Applicants are accepted into the O&M certificate program twice a year for the summer and fall semesters. Summer deadline is March 1, and fall deadline is June 1.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to the Vision Studies, Orientation and Mobility (O&M) track, certificate only.
Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE, MAT, or MTEL

If you do not have a master's degree, you will be required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL).

Office of Graduate Admissions only. Please contact sgisd@umb.edu for questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.

Statement of Interest and Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in Orientation and Mobility, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (at least 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview with Faculty Member

When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference).

We will contact qualified candidates.
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Test Scores International applications are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our O&M certificate, please contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385, laura.bozeman@umb.edu) or Paula Kosior (617.287.7584, paula.kosior@umb.edu).

Certificate in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application

Applicants are accepted into the VRT certificate program once a year for the fall semester only. Application deadline is June 1.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to Vision Studies, Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) track, certificate only.

Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Emphasis should be on academic and professional references.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Test Scores: GRE, MAT, or MTEL

If you do not have a master's degree, you will be required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure (MTEL).

Office of Graduate Admissions only. Please contact sgisd@umb.edu for questions regarding eligibility to waive scores.

Statement of Interest and Intent (Required Writing Sample)

Submit a two-part essay:

1. Explain your reasons for wishing to pursue graduate studies (approximately 300 words).

2. Indicate your specific interest in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy, and discuss the type of work you would like to do in this field (at least 1,200 words).

This statement will be reviewed for both your overall message and your ability to write at the graduate level. Proofread your writing carefully; it is ranked according to its clarity, grammar, and syntax.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Personal Interview with Faculty Member

When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference).

We will contact qualified candidates.
International Applicants Only: TOEFL Scores International applications are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our VRT certificate, contact Dr. Laura Bozeman (617.287.4385, laura.bozeman@umb.edu) or Daniel Norris (822.272.1276, daniel.norris@umb.edu).

Certificate in Human Rights

Learn about the human rights certificate program here.

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Online Application The application deadline for fall admission is April 1. The deadline for spring admission is November 1. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Statement of Purpose Please discuss in 1,200 words or less your reasons for pursuing a graduate certificate in human rights, and your academic, personal, and professional goals. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.
Transcripts Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. Applicants must possess a four-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university, and must have a GPA of 3.0 or above. Office of Graduate Admissions only
Letter of Recommendation This letter should come from someone who can speak to your academic and professional preparation for program success. Office of Graduate Admissions only

Resume or Curriculum Vitae

Please make sure all educational background and professional history is current with degrees earned, institutions attended, majors, and GPAs. Please submit to Office of Graduate Admissions and email a copy to sgisd@umb.edu.

 

Certificate in Transition Leadership

The transition from school to adult life is a crucial time, especially for young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In partnership with the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD), we offer a graduate certificate in special education with a concentration in transition leadership. CEHD also offers a master’s degree on this topic. 

Our certificate is designed for Massachusetts teachers working in special education, and for other professionals in the field of disabilities services. Successful completion of the certificate program leads to state endorsement in transition services, a growing and important area in special education and adult service provision.

Learn more about our certificate in transition leadership.

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO
Informational Webinar

Applicants meet with the program directors to learn about the certificate and determine their eligibility and interest in applying.

Contact Program Coordinator Nancy Hurley to learn about the date(s) of the webinar: nancy.hurley@umb.edu, 617-287-4310.
Online Application

Apply by June 1 for admission the following fall.

Office of Graduate Admissions only.

Specify that you are applying to the Graduate Certificate in Transition Leadership offered by the College of Education and Human Development, and the School for Global Inclusion and Social Development.

Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
Three Letters of Recommendation

Use the forms provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. Letters should come from people who are knowledgeable about supporting students with disabilities, who have worked closely with you, and who have direct knowledge of your transition skills and academic performance.

Office of Graduate Admissions only
License Information

Submit documentation showing that you are an initially licensed special educator, school guidance counselor, school adjustment counselor, school social worker, or vocational rehabilitation counselor.

Office of Graduate Admissions only

Writing Sample

This sample should show your ability to write in a clear, concise, and professional manner. It may be in the form of a recent term paper. Please do NOT submit an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or evaluation report. We are seeking applicants who are thoughtful and responsive educators, committed to social justice. Your writing sample should demonstrate how you and your work match that description. An academic writing sample is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions only

For more information about our transition leadership certificate, contact Dr. Maria Paiewonsky: maria.paiewonsky@umb.edu, 617-287-7697. 

Certificate in Rehabilitation Counseling

Rehabilitation counselors support people with disabilities to increase their independence and quality of life, generally through employment. We offer both a master’s degree and a certificate program in rehabilitation counseling.

The application checklist for our rehabilitation counseling certificate program follows. All materials should be submitted to the Office of Graduate Admissions, located in the UMass Boston Campus Center, Upper Level. You can contact them at 617-287-6400. 

ITEM DESCRIPTION SUBMIT TO

Online Application

The admissions deadlines are Feb. 1 for summer admission, and Nov. 1 for spring admission. Indicate that you are applying for the rehabilitation counseling certificate program.

Office of Graduate Admissions
Transcripts

Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. A 3.0 undergraduate GPA is required.

Office of Graduate Admissions
Resume

Your resume should show your professional activity related to counseling and working with underserved populations, especially people with disabilities.

Office of Graduate Admissions

Letter of Recommendation

Use the form provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions. This letter should come from a professional or academic connection who can speak to your experience related to counseling and working with underserved populations, especially people with disabilities.

Office of Graduate Admissions

Statement of Purpose (Required Writing Sample)

Submit an essay of about 300 words explaining your interest in and qualifications for our rehabilitation counseling certificate program.

Office of Graduate Admissions
Personal Interview When the Office of Graduate Admissions has notified us of your completed application, we will contact qualified candidates to arrange an interview (either in person or via teleconference). We will contact qualified candidates.

If you have further questions about the rehabilitation counseling certificate program, please contact the program director, Dr. Dimity Peter: dimity.peter@umb.edu.