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Master's Program

The counseling profession is one of the most important professions for which you can prepare.  Counselors are leaders in recognizing and respecting the needs of individuals and groups and have demonstrated an increased awareness of multicultural and diversity issues.  You will find that throughout the program your feedback will be highly regarded.  We are very proud of our program and very confident in its appropriateness to meet the needs of our students in the counseling profession.  We know that part of what helps us to continue to set and meet high standards is our willingness to listen to what you have to say.

 

Review of application for master’s degree programs is once each year beginning after the application deadline of February 1.   Students who are accepted into the school counseling degree program are required to start classes the following summer; Students who are accepted into the clinical mental health degree program have the option to begin classes in the following summer or the following fall.

Handbook on our programs
Student information on school counseling
Student information on clinical mental health counseling
Practicum/Internship Forms
Comprehensive Examination Information


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Last Updated: Friday, September 26, 2014 11:36:21 AM