The primary purpose of the graduate programs in Counseling and Human Services is to prepare counselors and other human services personnel to serve as competent school and community counselors, and to create specialized service in student.
The School Counseling Program is designed to prepare professionals for work as school counselors in elementary, middle, and high schools.
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program is designed to prepare professional for work in community settings such as counseling centers, agencies, business and industrial and private practice. Students receive preparation in working with individuals, groups, couples, families and organizations.
The new class begins the program in the following summer semester. Admission to the program is a selective process with enrollment limited to 25 qualified students in the day cohort and 25 students in the evening cohort. Students who accept admission to the program must be able to begin class work in the following semester. If this is not possible, admission may be deferred to
The Counseling and Human Services Student/Program Information Bulletin is available for you to read online or download and print on your computer.