The Counseling and Human Services faculty share a strong commitment to training excellent practitioners who have the necessary attitudes and competence to serve diverse clients and students. We also share a commitment to social justice. This is reflected, not only in our curriculum, but in the extent to which our students are engaged in the community.

Department of Counseling and Human Services

The department houses two graduate programs including Master of Arts in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Each program is based on a foundation of four common graduate courses. These "core courses" provide the basic knowledge and skills to perform graduate level research, assessment, evaluation and writing; curriculum and program development; and personal and professional reflection, as well as pluralism. In addition to these core courses, each program has requirements specific to its discipline and tailored to meet student needs and interests.

 

Service Credentials

Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Counseling

 

Masters Degrees

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

 

Master of Arts in Education: School Counseling

College Counseling track

K-12 track

K-12 & College Counseling Combo

 

 

Department of Counseling and Human Services Faculty