- Continuing Education
- Social sciences
Gain a deeper understanding of the human condition. Depending on your professional or personal goals, choose individual courses in counseling or psychology to develop the essential skills you need to guide and serve others who are struggling with life’s many challenges. Even when you enroll in just one course, you’ll be joining the University’s community of professionals who understand human dilemmas and concerns, and who have the desire and disposition to help others in conflict.
Counseling and psychology courses include:
- Real-world instruction from faculty members who average 18 years of professional experience — some with titles such as clinical director, psychologist and behavioral therapist
- Online courses with frequent start dates that fit your schedule
- Courses that can be completed in as few as five to six weeks
- Courses that may also be offered on campus, where available
To learn more, please select a course area below or sign up to speak with an advisor.
At this time, the course or program you selected is not available in your state.
Please speak with an Enrollment Advisor to explore options that can help you meet your goal.
Associate, bachelor's and master's courses are academic, for-credit courses. Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student's responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student's choice. Individual courses are not eligible for federal financial aid.
Most certificate programs are credit-bearing, and many are eligible for federal financial aid for students who qualify. Please note that the A+ Fundamentals, CCNA and Network+ Technologies certificate programs are not eligible for federal financial aid. The Application Delivery Networking Certificate Program (noncredit) is not credit bearing and not eligible for financial aid.
While widely available, not all courses are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Advisor. More information about admissions requirements can be found in the Academic Catalog.