Antioch University - New England — All master's and doctoral programs
- Program Type:
- Coverdell Fellows
- All master's and doctoral programs
- Degrees Awarded:
- Applied Psychology (MA), Applied Psychology (PhD), Clinical Psychology (PsyD), Education (MEd), Elementary/Early Childhood Teacher Cert. (MEd), Environmental Studies (MS), Environmental Studies (PhD), Interdisciplinary Studies (MA), Organization & Management (Accelerated MBA), Organization & Management (Weekend MBA), Waldorf Teacher Education (MEd)
- Admissions Deadlines:
Admissions deadlines can be found here.
- Admissions Cycle:
Master`s programs have rolling admissions with priority review dates. Doctoral programs have one admissions deadline. Please see the deadline page for details.
- Program Start:
- TBA depending on program and semester of entry.
- Program Founded:
- January, 2011
Two scholarships are available each year to incoming students, masters or doctoral, who have completed a Peace Corps experience. A scholarship equal to 25% of tuition will be awarded at the time of admission and will continue for the student's second year as long as satisfactory academic progress is maintained.
Peace Corps fellows are welcome to apply to all Antioch University New England master`s and doctoral programs and two applicants are eligible as part of their application process, to receive the Peace Corps scholarship. They will be receiving support from their respective academic department throughout their program as well as by the coordinator of the Peace Corps Fellows program.
Master`s level requires the application and a bachelor`s degree. The Environmental Studies and Marriage and Family Therapy doctoral degree requires a master`s. The Clinical Psychology program requires at least a bachelor`s degree in Psychology. For application forms please click here.
And for instructions:
For inquiries about Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, call 855.855.1961 x1440.
40 Avon Street
Keene, New Hampshire 03431-3516
- (800) 552-8380
- (603) 357-0718
If you have questions, please contact:
Director of Admissions
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