Convenient Scheduling: You can begin the degree during the fall or spring semester. All courses are held on evenings and select weekends.
Student-centered Instruction: Small class sizes foster engagement between students and faculty. Your professors and your advisor will support you throughout the program.
Flexible Programming: Students can easily complete more than one endorsement area (mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling, or school counseling) to gain additional expertise or licensures.
Valuable Experience: Under the guidance of expert teachers and practitioners, you'll gain hands-on training through internship and practicum courses. Placements can be tailored to career goals.
Multicultural Perspectives: Issues of diversity and social justice are emphasized throughout the program, so you will better understand the diverse backgrounds of your clients.