Our CACREP-accredited counseling program prepares students to become professional counselors that offer ethical, culturally responsive, wellness oriented, trauma informed, and evidence based preventive and therapeutic mental health services to diverse individuals, couples, and families in a variety of settings.
Graduation and licensure requirements vary according with the specialty. Find this information here:
Program objectives and program evaluation information, including the number of graduates for the past academic year, pass rates on credentialing examinations, completion rates, and job placement rates can be found below:
|Counseling Program – 2020-21 Academic Year Statistics||CMHC||CODAC||MCFC|
|Number of Graduates 2020-21||13||12||19|
|On-time program completion rate||92%||83%||63%|
|Had job opportunity at internship site||79%||63%||93%|
|Employed in the field upon program completion||61%||50%||67%|
|100% of the CMHC graduates who took the licensure exam passed in the first attempt. No graduates of CODAC and MCFC had taken the exam yet at the survey time.|
The Master of Arts in Counseling program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP).
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The Master of Arts in Counseling offers three areas of concentration including 1) Clinical Mental Health Counseling; 2) Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling; and 3) Co-Occurring Disorders and Addiction Counseling.
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