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2020 - 2021 Catalog 
    
2020 - 2021 Catalog

Counseling, M.S.


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Faculty: Holter, Meidinger (chair), Wilson

Degree Type: Master of Science

The University of Mary Graduate Counseling Program offers a Master of Science with a Major in Counseling for students seeking the ability to practice as professional counselors in the fields of clinical mental health, school, and addiction counseling. Within the Counseling Major, students are required to select at least one counseling concentration (Clinical Mental Health Concentration, School Counseling Concentration, and Addiction Counseling Concentration) for specialized training and internship experiences.

See full details on program outcomes, KPI's, admission requirements, and more on the Department of Behavioral Sciences  page.

 

Program Requirements


Counseling Core Requirements


The counseling core courses are required of all students regardless of concentration.

Concentration Area


Students must complete at least one area of concentration in order to meet the M.S. in Counseling program requirements.

Total: 60 Semester Credits


Program length: 2 academic years / 5 semesters / 80 weeks

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