Our goal is to provide you with the curricular instruction and clinical experiences expected of counselors in the 21st century. As you progress through your degree program, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and experience needed for success in working with individuals across the life-span. You will have the opportunity to work with nationally recognized faculty, participate in research and service projects, experience a wide-range of hands-on counseling activities, and develop life-long friendships with fellow students.
The faculty members of the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs reserves the right to terminate the training or supervision of any candidate who shows himself/herself incapable of achieving an acceptable standard of personal and/or professional behavior. This standard also applies to candidates for admission.
Master of Arts in Counseling Tracks
There are two specific tracks associated with a Master of Arts in Counseling:
- Art Education
- Communication Design (MFA)
- Computer Science
- Computer Science- Information Technology
- Computer Science- Professional Science Master's (PSM)
- Counseling-Mental Health
- Couples, Marital and Family Therapy
- Elementary Education
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Instructional Technology
- Library Science
- MBA-Master of Business Administration
- K-12 Principal Certification Program
- Public Administration
- School Counseling
- Secondary Education
- Social Work
- Student Affairs in Higher Education - Administration
- Supervisory Certificate: Curriculum and Instruction
Recommended Graduate Application Deadlines
For Counseling/Student Affairs programs:
*To enroll for the next Fall semester, complete application file by Feb. 1 (early review) or March 1 (regular review).
*To enroll for the next Spring semester, complete application file by Sept. 1 (early review) or Oct. 1 (regular review).