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Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Behavioral and Social Sciences

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree program is designed to provide students with theoretical and practical training and research skills along the lines of the scientist-practitioner model to prepare them to work in a variety of counseling and mental health settings and for acceptance into a doctoral program in psychology. Our Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s degree also prepares students to become licensed professional counselors.

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