IICS Application for Admissions

OFFLINE Application

You may register by mail if you prefer, simply download our Student Application and Enrollment Agreement at the bottom of this page and send them to the address on the application.


All students entering International Institute of Clinical Sexology must meet the following admission requirements:

The IICS application may be downloaded from the website or requested via email. The student will submit the completed application with a driver’s license, curriculum vitae, and copy of professional license. The professional license must be in a healthcare services field.

IICS’s method of assessing a student’s ability to successfully complete the course of study for which he or she has applied will be based on the following:

  1. A completed and signed Application for Admission.
  2. A non-refundable application processing fee of $100 US currency (credit cards, money orders, treasurer or bank checks made payable to International Institute of Clinical Sexology).
  3. Copy of Alien Registration Card (permanent resident), Driver's License or Passport.
  4. Current resume/vitae.
  5. One of the following must be presented: Professional license or certification.The professional license or certification must be in a healthcare service, medical, or mental health field from the relevant state or jurisdiction. A Master's degree must be necessary to hold the license or certification.OR Official transcript indicating proof of a Bachelor's degree and transcripts or certificates confirming sixty (60) graduate level credits in a healthcare field.

Upon Acceptance

  1. Verification (official transcript) of an earned Bachelor Degree and a Master’s Degree from a College or University accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or equivalent from country in which the student practices.
  2. Verification of cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better in previous graduate studies
  3. Two letters of recommendation from persons of a Ph.D. level, Ed.D., Psy.D., M.D., or D.O. Preferably these should come from current and/or formal employers, current and/or previous faculty and/or advisors;
  4. An interview with Admissions Personnel.
  5. International students may be required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and earn a minimum score of 500.

All applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee. An unsuccessful applicant may reapply after 6 months.


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Terms and Conditions

The Registration fee and Re-entry fee is non-refundable.

A student may withdraw from the program prior to taking any classes and will be refunded all tuition paid. Withdrawal must be made in person or via Certified Mail.

If a student withdraws after beginning classes, tuition in the amount of $40 per classroom hour will be due to IICS. Any moneys paid in excess of this will be refunded.

Upon completion of all classroom hours, students will be refunded all but $500 of the payments towards the dissertation/doctoral project. The classroom hour tuition will not be refunded.

Students may be terminated from the program by the IICS Board for just cause as described under the Student’s responsibility section. Refunds in this case will be the same as student withdrawals.

Textbooks are the property of the student and are not subject to refund.

Rights and Responsibilities

Students have the right to:
  • All statutory rights – laws passed by Congress, privacy right-information in students’ records, and protection from improper disclosures; civil or federal right – right secured under the federal constitution or federal civil right law (freedom of expression, assembly).
  • Make their own academic decisions.
  • Access adequate academic advising.
  • Quality instruction and/or educational experiences.
  • Access to the instructor throughout each course.
  • Information regarding application procedures.
  • Information regarding tuition, fees, refund policies and procedures.
  • Information regarding how satisfactory academic progress is determined.
Students have the responsibility to:
  • Pay all tuition, fees, and other expenses.
  • Comply with the Student Conduct Policy
  • Be aware of the educational objectives of the institution, comprehend the IICS evaluation criteria, and maintain satisfactory academic progress.
  • Conduct their academic affairs honestly. Students will not cheat, plagiarize, falsify their academic records, or otherwise misrepresent their work.
  • Take appropriate action when informed of grade deficiencies.
  • Know their due-process guarantees and understand the appeals procedures.

Students may withdraw from the Institute at any time. Financial obligations in the event of withdrawal are described in the “Cancellation and Refund Policy.”

Students may be terminated from the Institute for the following reasons:
  • Failure to maintain contracted payment schedule.
  • Failure to maintain minimum academic requirements (see “Grading System” in the Catalogue).
  • Non-adherence to any student responsibilities.

IICS will make available to students a list of institutions, agencies, and other venues where their services as Clinical Sexologists may be of value. IICS will not place students for employment.

IICS does not guarantee any job placement. IICS does not promise or imply any specific market or job availability amounts.

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**Please select an option. The $100 Application Fee is mandatory for all applications **


This contract contains the entire agreement between the International Institute of Clinical Sexology and myself, and no further modification or representation except as herein expressed in writing will be recognized.

Student Application and Enrollment Agreement