Our Counseling Psychology MA provides students with a firm foundation of psychological theories and practical counseling techniques and opportunities for a variety of career paths after graduation. The MA Program meets the educational requirements for licensure* as professional counselors (LPC and LPCC). In addition to coursework, the program requires each student to complete a practicum. A variety of practicum sites are available, including the Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services.
A student in the M.A. Degree Program in Counseling Psychology is:
- Assigned a core faculty advisor and taught by core and adjunct faculty who provide a wide array of counseling services to clients
- Able to develop a flexible plan of study taking evening and weekend courses
- Connected to a strong network of diverse students, faculty, and alumni
- Prepared for a career in counseling through our M.A. Practicum and Internship Experience.