The clinical mental health counseling program (CMHC) provides students with a broad base of psychological knowledge and theory integrated with extensive training and practice in the use of counseling skills. Graduates of the CMHC program is qualified to work in a variety of mental health settings with individuals, groups, and families.
In order to fulfill degree requirements, each student completes IPC 60500 Comprehensive Examination by obtaining a passing score on the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE). Further information regarding exit requirements is provided in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Handbook.
- Initial Certification Degrees
- Education (MA)
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- Counseling (MA)