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Department of Counseling

July 15th, program application deadline

One Program, Three Locations

The Department of Counseling seeks to prepare professional counselors who have developed sound counseling skills through a diversity of experiential learning; acquiring a comprehensive theoretical knowledge base and developed a strong professional counselor identity. The Department's intent is for graduates to be moral and ethical thinkers, scholars, and leaders who demonstrate civility and integrity while contributing meaningfully and responsibly to the counseling profession.

View Accreditation details for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program.



As of Summer 2015, the Department of Counseling retired two degrees: The M.S. in Counseling Psychology and the M.Ed. in Counseling. Current students still seeking one of those degrees have until Fall 2019 to complete their degree. After this date, courses for those degrees will no longer be available. However, we will continue to offer the 60-hour program for a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree.