Child and Adolescent Counseling
The Master's Degree in Counseling - Child & Adolescent Program is a rigorous, comprehensive counselor education program with theoretical and practical training in therapeutic work with children and teenagers.
Child & Adolescent graduates pursue careers in mental health centers and clinics, hospitals, and private practice as therapists, supervisors, and program administrators. Most students have a background in psychology or social work, but other fields, including education, nursing, and business are also represented.
This program requires 60 semester hours and a comprehensive examination for graduation.
Upon completion of program, students will have met the academic eligibility requirements for Pennsylvania License in Professional 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
- Child and Adolescent Counseling
- Elementary Education
- Instructional Technology
- Library Science
- MBA-Business Administration
- Public Administration
- School Counseling
- School Counseling-Secondary Education Licensure
- School Counseling-Elementary Education Certification
- School Counseling-Elementary Education Licensure
- School Counseling-Secondary Education Certification
- Secondary Education
- Social Work
- Student Affairs in Higher Education
- Student Affairs in Higher Education - Administration
- Student Affairs in Higher Education - College Counseling Licensure
- Supervisory Certificate: Curriculum and Instruction
Official transcripts from previous colleges or universities (non-KU), 3 letters of recommendation, 3.0 undergraduate GPA, helping incident relationship statement, department interview.