Two New York Locations

ROCKLAND: 845.358.1710
MANHATTAN: 212.625.0500

 

 

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AGSC Admissions Process

Students applying to the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling may apply as a Degree seeking (matriculated) or Non-Degree (non-matriculated).

SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION
 
Matriculated (Degree-seeking) Students
These are students who are pursuing an M.A. degree in Mental Health Counseling at either full or part-time status. Full-time status consists of a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester.  Part-time status requires at least 12 credits per calendar year.  Students who have satisfactorily completed all admission requirements may be admitted for the M.A. in Mental Health Counseling degree with Regular status. Regular status students are matriculated. Only regular status students may become candidates for the degree. 
 
Non-Degree Students
Students who have completed a graduate degree in either Counseling, Psychology or Social Work may apply for non-degree seeking status which will allow the student to take additional classes to complete the educational requirements necessary to sit for national certification and licensing exams, or to supplement previous education with a Christian perspective. Students may take classes full or part-time but must follow the rules and standards of the program including prerequisite courses, etc.
 

Contact Nichole Knott-Craig (NYC Campus)
(646) 378-6113

Contact Luanne McGann (Rockland Campus)
(845) 770-5702

Psychological Assessments
Alliance Graduate School of Counseling requires the personality profile and complete interpretive reports from the MMPI-2 and MCMI-III for each student applying. These tests may be taken at a professional service, licensed psychologist, or through a testing service. If taken through AGSC, the price of the testing is $175.00 for a minimum group of 4. 

 

Upcoming AGSC Assessment Dates

Sat Dec 6 9:00 AM (Rockland Campus) Sign Up
Sat Dec 13 9:00 AM (NYC Campus) Sign Up

Computer Literacy Policy

Students in the Graduate programs will use an online environment for a portion of their learning. Technology skills are necessary for successful completion of the program. Applicants to the program should be able to:

• Send and receive email
• Open or send an e-mail attachment
• Conduct research using the Internet
• Use Microsoft Word
• Download files

Students are required to have access to a computer and the Internet.