About the Graduate Program
- The program leads to a Master’s of Science or Master’s of Education degree with preparation for licensure.
- Class Format – Classes meet 1 night a week, Monday–Thursday, 4:30-7:20 p.m. or 7:30-10:10 p.m.
- Full time faculty – 2; Adjunct Faculty – 8
- Faculty members are fully licensed counselors in their respective areas and practicing in the community.
- Students attend full (9 credits) or part-time (6 credits) and the program takes 2-4 years, depending on individual attendance.
- Summer classes – include required and elective classes on a rotating schedule.
- Admission to the counseling program requirements include the following:
- Undergraduate GPA of 2.75
- Completed application form
- Two letters of recommendation
- A goals statement
- An official transcript
- Background check
- $35 application fee
- Academic Advising Certificate
- M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- M.S. Marriage and Family Counseling
- M.S. School Counseling
- M.S. Student Affairs/College Counseling
- M.Ed. Administration of Student Affairs
The program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP). All students are prepared to take a state licensure or national certification exam in their preparation area. Our students have a very successful pass rate on the National Counselor Exam (NCE).
Counseling and Human Development website - Graduate - CHRD-Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Applicant Applies to the Graduate School prior to the CHRD deadline.
- Applicant Applies to the CHRD Program:
- Faculty Review Applicant’s File
- Admission Interview
- State/Federal Background Check
- Final Admissions Decision
- NOTE: Students must register for classes within one year after acceptance date or will need to reapply to the Graduate School and reapply/re-interview with the CHRD Program.
Ready to begin the next phase for your career?
- Spring application date is: October 1
- Fall application date is: April 1