The department's graduate level programs are designed to train a diverse body of highly qualified students to be practitioners, leaders and advocates in the field of mental health. Our programs are designed to be accredited and are based on humanistic values promoting prevention, wellness, personal growth and human development, and on the benefits of counselor-client interaction. Our students will be individually supported to receive an effective educational experience tailored to their needs. Our graduates will meet the academic and skill requirements for state and national licensing and certification, and given a foundation for further education in the field.
The graduate programs in the Department of Professional Counseling aim to develop mental health professionals who can effectively address issues of wellness, personal growth, and pathology for the benefit of a diverse population.
The department offers three unique graduate degree options:
These programs satisfy academic requirements for the LPC and LCADC by providing course work in the core areas required for licensure. Our graduates are expected to contribute to and be leaders in their field through practice, education, and professional excellence.
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Current Topics in Counseling Conference: Friday, December 1, 2017 at Monmouth University. For more information, please visit the Counseling Alumni Connection's website.
"Students enrolled in our programs learn to look at a problem from a variety of angles. By the time they graduate, they have a more comprehensive view of what makes people tick."
George Kapalka, Ph.D.ProfessorDepartment of Professional Counseling