Master’s Programs In Counseling & Psychotherapy

Applied Adlerian Psychology

Gain a practical understanding of Individual Psychology to enhance your leadership role in nearly any background. Students in this Master’s program learn the skills to foster healthy & fulfilling relationships for people, organizations, & communities. Learn to strengthen your abilities as a leader to promote socially connected systems - giving each person a sense of belonging.

Art Therapy

Receive specialized training in art therapy theory & practice through integrative & experiential courses. Students maintain their artistic integrity while choosing a focus on Marriage & Family Therapy or Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Develop a professional identity with social interest in mind with a Master’s in art therapy.

  • Available On-Campus Only
  • Total Credits: 69-72

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Become an LPCC with guidance from experienced faculty and a competency-based curriculum. Hands-on training and field experience prepare graduates to work with a variety of clients through a comprehensive approach. Learn prevention, intervention, & clinical skills essential for practicing effective & ethical clinical counseling.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Take a progressive approach toward working with mental health & substance use disorders, helping clients and therapists strive for positive, holistic outcomes. Incorporate emerging and evidence-based practices that prepare graduates for a diverse group of clients and settings with a Master’s in Co-Occurring Disorders.

Marriage and Family Therapy

Develop an ethically sound, culturally informed professional identity to become an LMFT. Start your career in a variety of settings serving families, children, adolescents, and couples with a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.

  • Available On-Campus Or Online
  • Total Credits: 60

School Counseling

Gain the knowledge and skills needed to provide competent counseling in K-12 settings, prepared for licensure in any state. This master’s program focuses on evidence-based practices, developmental psychology, and counseling for diverse and exceptional children.

  • Available On-Campus Only
  • Total Credits: 50