The M.A. in Counseling Program prepares students to be culturally competent social justice counselors to work with diverse populations of all ages in the following four areas: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Addictions Counseling, School Counseling, and Student Affairs/Higher Education. Students are prepared to work with diverse populations in elementary and secondary schools, community mental health agencies, student affairs positions in colleges and universities, and substance abuse treatment facilities. The academic preparation follows guidelines established by state licensure and certification boards.
Join us on Monday, November 13 at 8:00 p.m., Center for Clinical Services room 1370 to learn about our Master of Arts in Counseling Program. This information session is designed to provide potential applicants an overview of the following:
Click here to register for the information session and for information about parking and directions to the Center for Clinical Services.