Department Chair: Catherine Polydore

The Department of Counseling and Higher Education houses two master's degree programs: the M.S. in Counseling and the M.S. in College Student Affairs.

Our M.S. in Counseling is a "First Choice" 60-hour program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP). Students can pursue an emphasis in either Clinical Mental Health Counseling resulting in License Professional Counseling (LPC) or School Counseling resulting in K-12 Certification in School Counseling (Type 73).

The M.S. in College Students Affairs (CSA) is a "First Choice" 48 hours degree program that provides a dynamic curriculum for students interested in leadership careers in the field of student affairs in higher education.

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Student Honors Theses

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Masters Theses up to 2018 (Counseling and Student Development)

Masters Theses

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

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