The Master’s degree in Counseling and Student Personnel with its three emphasis areas in College Student Affairs, Mental Health Counseling and Professional School Counseling are dedicated to preparing graduate students to understand and serve the real-world needs of clients and students in higher education, mental health settings, and K-12 schools. Our program is Challenging, Personal, Relevant, and Practitioner-based.
College Student Affairs is a broad program designed to prepare individuals for positions on the college campus in admissions, counseling, financial aid, student housing, student activities, career development, and student affairs administration.
The Professional School Counseling program prepares individuals for careers as school counselors in K-12 schools. Areas of training include individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, and classroom developmental guidance.
Applications for the Master of Science in Counseling and Student Personnel with emphasis areas in College Student Affairs, Mental Health Counseling, and Professional School Counseling are accepted through January 15th.
Graduates with an M.S. in Counseling and Student Personnel go on to various professions in the fields of mental health, college student affairs, and K-12 school counseling, reshaping the community landscape of education and mental health.