Academic Programs

Counseling Psychology Program

The Counseling Psychology track is well-suited for those students who envision careers in mental health, social service and other settings where their skills will facilitate the well-being of others. Graduates from this track will be suited for entry-level jobs in the Community and Social Service Occupations. While they will not be independent practitioners, they would be able to be in entry-level positions under the supervision of licensed practitioners on interdisciplinary teams in mental health settings.

This degree is also good preparation for those that intend to pursue graduate study in mental health helping fields (e.g., counseling psychology, clinical psychology, social work, nursing).

For careers as a licensed counselor, bachelor’s degree recipients would need to subsequently pursue at least an accredited master’s degree in a clinical counseling field.

Frequency asked questions about the Counseling Psychology program.

Information concerning program and course requirements can be obtained by visiting the Undergraduate Portal's Program Sheets webpage.

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