Welcome to a field of support. The Counseling degree program includes major approaches of counseling allowing students to take coursework beyond theory. Students develop professional skills in assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for a range of mental health concerns.
About Counseling Degrees
The College of Social Sciences offers several Master of Science in Counseling degrees. The program is developed in collaboration with professionals who possess expertise in the field. Faculty hold years of industry experience and share their professional knowledge and insights with students.
Our master's degrees in Counseling aim to develop skills such as critical thinking, problem solving and effective communication and feedback. These skills form a strong base for what is needed by competent, ethical practitioners.
Master of Science in Counseling
The Master of Science in Counseling degree program was developed for people who need a graduate degree to work as licensed professionals in the counseling field. Available through the College of Social Sciences, the Master of Science in Counseling offers a rigorous curriculum created in conjunction with industry experts.
Master's degrees in Counseling include concentrations in:
Speak to an Enrollment Representative about a master’s degree program in Counseling.
In order to practice as a counselor in any state, you must be licensed with a state license designation (i.e., LPC, LCPC, CCMH, MFT, School Counseling, etc.). License requirements and title vary by state. It is your responsibility to ascertain and meet licensure requirements in any state in which you desire to practice.
These programs do not prepare a graduate to practice as a psychologist.
While widely available, not all programs or courses are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.