Additional Licensure Disclosures

College of Nursing

LPN/LVN-BSN

Additional requirements for licensure may include: passing scores on the NCLEX exam, fingerprint or criminal background clearance, submission of transcripts, and verification of other licenses held. Please ensure that you review the licensure requirements for your state. Links to the Board of Nursing websites in the states in which this program is offered are listed below for your convenience:

FNP

Additional requirements for certification with American Nurses Credential Center include:

College of Social Sciences

MSC/CCMH

The Master of Science in Counseling degree program is designed to meet the educational requirement for counseling licensure in the states in which the program is offered. However, your state may have additional postgraduate requirements that must be met prior to submitting the licensure application. Such requirements may include one or more of the following:

MSC/MFC

In order to practice as a counselor in most states, the student must be licensed as an LPC (licensed professional counselor), MFT (marriage and family therapist), or other comparable state professional license designation. License requirements may vary by state. It is the student’s responsibility to ascertain and meet licensure requirements in any state in which the student desires to practice.

The Master of Science in Counseling degree program is designed to meet the educational requirement for counseling licensure in the states in which the program is offered. However, your state may have additional postgraduate requirements that must be met prior to submitting the licensure application. Such requirements may include one or more of the following:

MSC/MHC

The curriculum in the Master of Science in Counseling/Mental Health Counseling program prepares students for advanced levels of licensure that require a second board exam and credentialing to be a licensed mental health counselor. The clinical-focused content helps prepare students to administer psychometric testing and branch out into some areas of counseling previously reserved for psychologists. Note that licensure laws vary by state, so some states require both the NCE and the LMHCE to practice at certain levels.

The Master of Science in Counseling degree program is designed to meet the educational requirement for counseling licensure in the states in which the program is offered. However, your state may have additional postgraduate requirements that must be met prior to submitting the licensure application. Such requirements may include one or more of the following:

MSC/SC

The Master of Science in Counseling/School Counseling degree program is designed to meet the educational requirement for school counseling licensure in the states in which the program is offered. However, your state may have additional postgraduate requirements that must be met prior to submitting the licensure application. Such requirements may include one or more of the following:

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