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Please note, CACREP Accreditation of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program expires on October 31, 2018.
The mission of the 60-credit hour Master of Counseling (MC) program is to prepare students to become license eligible as professional counselors in Arizona and other states with comparable licensure requirements. With its strong focus on multicultural counseling across the lifespan, students learn to promote the health of individuals, families, groups, and organizations in a diverse society. The program prepares students to work with clients in a variety of mental health settings. The program also prepares students who wish to pursue doctoral-level studies.
The MC program objectives reflect current knowledge and projected needs concerning counseling practice in a multicultural and pluralistic society. Graduates of the program will demonstrate:
Applications for fall 2019 admission are now open.
New students begin the program in fall semesters only. The MC program is an on-campus program. No online option is available.
All application materials must be submitted by the first business day after January 1 in order to ensure consideration for admission the following fall semester.
Visit Graduate Admission for contact and address information related to Graduate Admission questions.
For information on the MC program, please review the:
Please email us for questions not addressed in the handbook, or contact individual faculty members. Faculty members do welcome your questions, but due to the large number of applicants, please be patient about response times. Faculty members will respond as soon as time permits.
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