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Master of Science in Counseling (M.S)

The Master of Science Degree in Counseling has two options for degree concentration. Programs are designed to train professional counselors at the graduate level in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, or both specializations.

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The School of Health Profession’s (SHP) Counseling Programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). SHP’s Counseling programs have been evaluated and meets or exceeds national standards. Effective through March 2016, CACREP has conferred accreditation on the following programs.

 

Track Degree CACREP Program Area
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
(Child, Adolescent, Adult)
MS in Counseling Clinical Mental Health Counseling
School Counseling
(Elementary, Secondary)
MS in Counseling School Counseling

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The mission of the counseling program is to create a supportive and collaborative learning environment for students from diverse backgrounds and cultures to acquire knowledge, attitudes, and skills essential in the practice of counseling; to prepare students to become highly skilled to provide supportive, educational, and counseling services to individuals from diverse backgrounds in a wide variety of settings, including agencies and K-12 schools; to contribute to the knowledge in human services and counseling through scholarly contributions of faculty members and students; and to provide service to the human services and counseling professions, the community, ULM, and humanity.

You can utilize your graduate counseling degree in almost any field that deals with people.  Your career awaits, you can become a(n):

All applicants for the M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program are expected to meet the admission requirements of the requirements of the Graduate School and the requirements of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. These program requirements consist of an application package, supporting information and letters of reference. The specific minimum GPAs and GRE scores are listed in the Graduate Catalog.

The School Counseling program (M.S.), the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program (M.S.), and the Marriage and Family Therapy Program (M.A.) are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

School Counseling 

The mission of the counseling program is to create a supportive and collaborative learning environment for students from diverse backgrounds and cultures to acquire knowledge, attitudes, and skills essential in the practice of counseling; to prepare students to become highly skilled to provide supportive, educational, and counseling services to individuals from diverse backgrounds in a wide variety of settings, including agencies and K-12 schools; to contribute to the knowledge in human services and counseling through scholarly contributions of faculty members and students; and to provide service to the human services and counseling professions, the community, ULM, and humanity.

You can utilize your graduate counseling degree in almost any field that deals with people.  Your career awaits, you can become a(n):

All applicants for the M.S. in Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling program are expected to meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School listed above and the requirements of the School Counseling Program. These program requirements consist of an application packet, supporting information and letters of reference. The specific minimum GPAs and GRE scores are listed in the Graduate Catalog.

For more information about this program please see the ULM Graduate School or contact Dr. John Pope at pope@ulm.edu 

 


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