Navigating the requirements of the mental health counseling profession can prove challenging, but through our Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's degree program, you can earn the experience and skills needed to support others through their personal journeys. The coursework and field experience required for this program will help prepare you for the next step in your profession.
Faculty with experience in fields they teach provide you with relevant coursework so you can understand and successfully approach the intricate process of clinical mental health counseling. In addition to learning clinical practice skills, you'll also develop skills in cultural competency and client advocacy. Use those skills with actual clients in counseling settings, taking one class at a time for a flexible path toward your degree.
With a Master of Science in Counseling, become the counselor you want to be and apply reasoning, problem solving and insight to each individual situation to empower and change people’s lives.
The mission of the Masters of Science in Counseling/Clinical Mental Health Counseling is to prepare confident, competent, and reflective clinical mental health counselors with the professional dispositions, and demonstrated knowledge and skills in all of the following areas: professional counseling orientation and ethical practice, social and cultural diversity, human growth and development, career development, counseling and helping relationships, group counseling and group work, assessment and testing, and research and program evaluation. Furthermore, students who are preparing to specialize as clinical mental health counselors will demonstrate foundational knowledge and skills necessary to address a wide variety of circumstances within the context of clinical mental health counseling practice.