Clinical Mental Health Counseling
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Gain the theoretical, technical and experiential training to possess the knowledge and skills for a successful counseling career in numerous public and private mental health settings.
You will apply the knowledge and skills you gain in the classroom through reality-based counseling practicum and internship experiences.
As a graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s degree program, you will be prepared to make appropriate contributions to a diverse group of clients, institutions and society. The curriculum will emphasize the integration of counseling theory and practice, critical thinking and decision making, as well as the examination of personal values and experiences and how they influence clinical practice.
In addition to the University’s prerequisites, the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling requires the completion of 60 semester hours of credit, including three elective courses comprising nine semester hours.
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By obtaining the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, students are prepared to gain licensure as a professional counselor, opening a wide range of career opportunities that include counseling in:
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