Master of Science in Counseling/Community Counseling
The Master of Counseling program is designed to meet the needs of the working adult professional who will benefit from a graduate education in counseling. Because counseling and jobs requiring the skills of counselors are expected to grow in both the public and private sectors throughout the 1990's, students from a variety of settings and backgrounds should find the interpersonal, communication, and therapeutic skills offered in this program useful in advancing their careers. The Community Counseling and Marriage, Family and Child Counseling Programs have a 51-credit requirement for graduation. Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling programs, where available, have a 60-credit requirement. Coursework is completed in the order determined by the University. The University reserves the right to modify and/or resequence coursework as necessary. All courses in the major course of study must be satisfactorily completed to be eligible for graduation.
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