Graduate School provides the student with opportunities
for creative achievement and the advancement of
knowledge. Graduate study fosters the spirit
of independent investigation while creating an
environment for free inquiry and intellectual
challenge in advanced and specialized areas.
Its emphasis upon scholarship, original thinking,
and the practical application of knowledge to
the solution of complex problems will enable the
student to make a valuable contribution to society.
All graduate work is administered by the Graduate
School under the direction of the Graduate Dean
who is advised by the Graduate Council.
Graduate School has three categories of admission
- regular, provisional, and non-degree.
Minimum standards include a 3.0 grade point average
(GPA) for regular admission, or a 2.5 GPA for
provisional admission in all undergraduate work.
The minimum requirement for admission to non-degree
status is a bachelor's degree. All programs
have requirements in addition to these minimum
Graduate School standards. Potential applicants
should read the section on admissions in the Graduate
Bulletin, and consult the appropriate Graduate
Director or Coordinator listed in this site for
each program's admission requirements.
and Graduate Bulletins are available from the Admissions
website, or the Director of Admissions,
Meisler Hall, Suite 2500, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002.
Telephone (251) 460-6141 or (800) 872-5247.
students should contact the Office of International
Services, Meisler Hall, Suite 2200, University of South Alabama,
Mobile, AL 36688-0002. Telephone (251)
Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs
|Masters of Science in Environmental Toxicology
graduate school offers an interdisciplinary
graduate program leading to the degree of Masters
of Science in Environmental Toxicology. This
program is open to graduates in Biology,
Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Chemical
Engineering, Civil Engineering and other areas
with the appropriate prerequisites. Please
visit the Master of Science in Environmental
Toxicology webpage for more information about this program.
|Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical and Counseling Psychology
|The Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology (CCP) is offered as a collaborative effort between the
Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Professional Studies in the College of Education.
This program prepares professionals to provide the most effective types of psychological care for individuals and communities. Please visit
the Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical and Counseling Psychology webpage for more
information about this program.
Information concerning assistantships and fellowships
may be obtained from the college or department
concerned. A complete graduate
assistantship application includes three
letters of recommendation along with the graduate
assistantship application. Provisionally admitted
students may be considered for a graduate
assistantship/fellowship with certain requirements.
Opportunities Are Endless When Your Efforts Are Focused.
The University of South Alabama provides equal educational opportunities to and is open and accessible to all qualified students without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or qualified handicap/disability, with respect to all of its programs and activities.