Admissions, Tuition & Financial Aid
Applicants to the Clinical Psychopharmacology MS program must submit the following documents with their application form and $65 non-refundable application fee (payable to Alliant International University):
- Written proof from the State or Provincial Board of Examiners that the applicant holds a current, valid license in good standing as a doctoral level psychologist. (Applicants who are preparing for a state licensing exam should contact the Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org, who must individually review and approve each case.)
- Abbreviated curriculum vitae or resume that summarizes your professional activities.
- Email account and cable or DSL connection to the Internet.
TWO WAYS TO APPLY
TUITION: $13,975, distributed over five payments of $2,795, billed each semester (usually in January and August).
FEES AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES: $1,500 for books, fees and incidentals throughout the duration of the program. A complete fee schedule is available from the program office at email@example.com.
FEDERAL STAFFORD LOANS: Students are eligible for funding within the program’s guidelines. Interest and payments can be deferred until the program is completed, although interest begins to accrue once the loan is received. Recipients also receive deferments on prior Federal loans.
File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as a first step to establishing need.
Graduate-level courses taken at an accredited institution and resulting in a grade of B or higher can be considered for transfer credit:
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Clinical Pharmacology
Submit relevant transcripts and course descriptions to the Program Director. A $200 waiver fee per course applies.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Steven Tulkin, PhD, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on any of the above.