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Graduate-Counseling Psychology

Master of Arts
in Counseling Psychology

This program offers a diverse array of courses intended to prepare the student to function in a variety of mental health agencies. It is not intended for individuals whose career focus is educational counseling in school settings, nor does this program lead to licensure at this time. Twelve courses of three semester hours each are required for the degree. This includes courses in eight required areas, four elective courses from either education or psychology, and a practicum.

To earn a master's degree, students must complete eight required courses, one of which must be a practicum, four electives from the education or psychology offerings, and a written comprehensive examination. The required course selections fall in the areas of:

Diagnostic Procedures
Counseling Process
Family Counseling
Research Design and Methodology

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Learning Outcomes for the Graduate Counseling Psychology Program (PDF)

For More Information
For more information about Anna Maria College's graduate programs in Counseling Psychology, including course details and admission requirements, please contact:

Graduate Studies and Continuing Education Admissions
(508) 849-3423