Master's Degrees

Master’s Degree in Counseling

The Department of Counseling’s mission is to prepare students to be socially responsible leaders in a diverse global society. Faculty provide a challenging and supportive environment that encourages personal growth and development. The master’s degree program trains students to translate sound theoretical knowledge and research into effective clinical practice. In a rigorous and integrated program of study, students acquire a strong theoretical grounding in human development, counseling paradigms, and change strategies. We offer concentrations in the following areas:

Clinical Mental Health

School Counseling

Addictions Counseling

The Master of Arts in Counseling degree consists of a minimum of sixty (60) semester credit hours of course work designed to prepare professionals to counsel in a variety of settings. Students are required to enroll in one of three specialty areas: clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, or addictions counseling. All specialty areas are CACREP accredited. The Department welcomes both full-time and part-time students and is committed to recruiting students that are representative of our diverse and pluralistic society. The application deadline for the Master of Arts in Counseling is October 15 to begin coursework the following Summer or Fall.

For more information about the counseling admissions process and scheduled program information sessions, click here.