Note: If you’re an international student who is interested in applying to Mills, please visit our application requirements for international graduate students page first.
In addition to having a bachelor's degree (preferably in psychology) or a master's degree in child development, students who are admitted to our graduate Infant Mental Health Program will have completed the following academic course work:
*With faculty permission, these two courses can be taken at Mills while you are enrolled
in the Infant Mental Health Program.
The statement of purpose is your opportunity to provide us with insight into who you are as a person and your personal and professional motivations. It should be typed, double spaced, and 500–750 words in length. Please speak to the following in your statement and upload it to the correct section of the Mills graduate application:
Each student applying to the Infant Mental Health Program will be interviewed by our faculty co-directors either in person or by phone or Skype. A Mills representative will contact you to arrange an interview date and time after we’ve received all of your required admission application materials.
If you have any questions about your program, please reach out to us at 510.430.3309 or firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with your admission counselor.
Mills College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, marital status, age, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, or disability in our admission policies, in our scholarship and loan programs, or in the educational programs, cocurricular activities, and residential facilities which we operate. Students of all genders are eligible for admission to our graduate programs. Self-identified women and people assigned female sex at birth who do not identify with the gender binary are eligible for admission to our undergraduate programs.