Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.Ed./M.S.
Our practice-based program prepares counselors to work in inpatient, outpatient, non-profit, private practice, community agency, governmental, and educational settings in all fifty states. We provide credentialing opportunities during matriculation. Typically we admit 15 to 20 students as a cohort each year.
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling masters degree can be completed in five semesters for full-time students taking 12 credit hours per semester. Enrollments can be tailored for part-time students.
Coursework — 60 hours minimum
- Offers courses in all eight CACREP common core areas.
- Offers specialized classes such as counseling children and adolescents, crisis counseling, and substance use disorders.
- Provides diverse practicum and internship placements within a 100 mile radius of Auburn, Ala. for students.
- April 1, 2017 (for a Fall 2017 semester start)
When applying, you will need to provide the following:
- All official transcripts
- 3 reference letters
- TOEFL report for international students
- Statement of intent
The master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
2015-16 School Year
- 19 students graduated
- Of this group 95% passed the National Counselor Exam (NCE) and obtained the National Counselor Credential (NCC).
- One hundred percent of our graduate successfully transitioned to their professional goals. Of the most recent graduates, 74% pursued counseling employment opportunities while 26% enrolled in doctoral counseling programs.
2016-17 School Year
- 100% of students successfully passed the comprehensive program evaluation.
- 21 students were admitted to the program
Cost & Financial Support
Information for. . .
- Degree requirements, course sequence, and program forms can be found in the Student Handbook.
- Counselor Education Professional Experiences Handbook
- Iota Delta Sigma International Honor Society