Admissions Requirements

Opportunities in the field of counseling are increasingly requiring heightened qualifications and higher academic credentials for professional advancement.

Our program meets the need to obtain heightened qualifications and higher academic credentials for professional advancement in the field of Psychology and Counseling a streamlined educational approach for learning skill development and obtaining a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree on a faster academic track.



Our programs are devoted to progressive education, student-directed learning, and the dignity, worth, and potential of all individuals. We nurture learners in the development of their identity as professionals, counselors, and psychologists, and to embrace the roles and responsibilities that such identities claim. Issues of social justice are essential to success in our program and we prepare diverse learners to make a difference in the communities in which they live and work. We use diverse ways of learning to help our students reach professional levels of competency.  Students develop skills in practice, communication, personal development, professional development, and research.  Issues of social justice and an understanding of social contexts are essential to our program.  (Approved by the Psychology and Counseling Faculty on August 2, 2011.)