Though we offer graduate degrees, certificates and licensure preparation coursework, our students receive far more than credentials. Dedicated attention, skill building and meaningful relationships are core to our student experience. Our students are taught by doctoral-level clinicians who have practiced in the field in a wide range of settings and who, as teachers, integrate foundational theory and the latest research, practical applications and case examples, and ethical and professional knowledge. 

Coursework offered in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology fully meets the educational and training requirements to become: a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), or a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) in Minnesota (MA Program); or a Licensed Psychologist (LP) (PsyD program). Coursework in the Counselor Licensure Program (CLiP) allows LPCs and LPCCs to meet the requirement that they must complete an additional twelve (12), graduate-level credits toward licensure.