Upon graduation, students in the program are able to demonstrate that they meet professional,
legal, and ethical counseling practice standards.
The program will prepare students to use evidence-based counseling practices in mental
health counseling interventions.
The program graduates students who have completed 48 credits of coursework and supervised
field experience, typically in two years and in no more than five years.
The program’s graduates demonstrate knowledge of issues related to providing services
to individually and culturally diverse clients, providing services that are culturally
competent and sensitive to individual diversity.
The program provides a foundation for students to pursue further graduate study, such
as doctoral training in psychology, counseling or a related field.