The Department offers the following courses of study for the Master of Science in Counseling:
M.S. in Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy
M.S. in Counseling, School Counseling
M.S. in Counseling, School Psychology
M.S. in Special Education with Education Specialist Credential
Applicants are required to meet the University graduate admission requirements, and international applicants may also need to demonstrate English language proficiency.
- University requirements (U.S. applicants)
- University requirements (international applicants)
- English proficiency requirements (international applicants)
Admissions for the Fall 2023 year will open October 1, 2022
You can check your courses from other institutions to verify if they meet the prerequisite courses required for our program on our Prerequisite Equivalency Course List
NOTE: You need to apply to and be accepted to both the Department and the University to be accepted to the program.
Department Application for Fall 2023 will open on October 1, 2022. The filing period varies, please refer to each page for the program's deadline.