Professional Licensure Disclosures

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology 

Professional licensure requirements vary from state to state. Students who intend to pursue professional licensure outside of the State of Minnesota should contact the appropriate agency to seek guidance and information confirming licensing requirements. Students should be aware that licensure requirements are subject to change periodically and may include educational or degree requirements, professional examinations, background checks, character and fitness qualifications, work experience, fingerprinting, and other requirements.

The Master of Arts Program in Counseling Psychology provides students with 3 career paths.

  1. Licensed Professional Counselor/Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPC/LPCC)
  2. Joint licensure as an Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Professional Counselor (LPC) and Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) 
  3. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)

 

Counseling Psychology MA

Licensed Professional Counselor/Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPC/C)

Professional Licensure Disclosures by State

Licensed Professional Counselor/Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPC/C)

*If you have licensure questions, please email Dr. Tim Balke, Director of MA Professional Psychology programs

Date Updated: 1/24/2022

 

Co-Occurring Disorders Concentration with MA Program

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC)

Professional Licensure Disclosures by State

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

*If you have licensure questions, please email Dr. Tim Balke, Director of MA Professional Psychology programs

Date Updated: 6/28/2021

 

Family Psychology Concentration with MA Program

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Professional Licensure Disclosures by State

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

*If you have licensure questions, please email Dr. Tim Balke, Director of MA Professional Psychology programs

Date Updated: 06/28/2021