The Counselor Education Department offers quality graduate programs through didactic, experiential and applied learning opportunities. Students will develop a personal theory and practice of counseling that will allow them to function as effective counselors, leaders and agents of change in a variety of settings.
Three concentrations lead students to a Master of Science degree:
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- School Counseling
- Human Services Professional Masters Program (a non-clinical option)
An option for anyone with a bachelors degree is to take courses that will lead to the:
Upon completion of addiction courses, students are eligible to apply to become a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) in Minnesota. This program also meets part of the requirement for Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) in Wisconsin.