The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology provides an intensive 90-unit Master's program. Receive outstanding preparation to become licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) or a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). We offer four optional emphases; Correctional Psychology, Health Psychology, Latino Counseling, or LGBT Counseling.
The ideal program for a Master’s degree to advance in a current position, work in a non-licensed counseling setting, or prepare for future doctoral studies. Graduates can work in career counseling, college student services, human resources, organizational consulting, community services, health services, and other settings that do not require a license to practice.