Counselors seek to help others. They help people explore feelings, thoughts, and concerns to examine options and to assist in achieving personal goals. Whether you are an undergraduate student exploring the field of counseling, a prospective graduate student seeking certification or a master’s level degree, or a licensed counselor pursuing additional training or credentials—we have a program for you!
Department of Counseling and Human Services
In the CHS Department, you can earn a:
- Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Services with a concentration in one of the following:
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- School Counseling
- Graduate Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Counseling
- Licensure Patch
- Minor in Counseling and Human Services
Graduate Certificate in Alcohol & Drug Counseling
Are you interested in pursuing a career as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADAC)? Learn more about our Graduate Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Counseling! Bachelor’s degree required. Contact graduate advisor, Steve Gross, at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Annual Counseling and Human Services Conference
Students can participate in the Annual Counseling and Human Services Conference, which features a luncheon, nationally known speakers, and discussion sessions. In addition, the annual networking session provides an opportunity for students to meet potential employers, gather information about local mental health service providers, and explore practicum and internship possibilities.
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