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Northern State University MSEd in Counseling (two specialties)
Northern State University

MSEd in Counseling (two specialties)

Aberdeen, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

Request application deadline

22 Aug 2024

USD 6,735 / per year *

On-Campus

* estimated yearly total for SD/ND/IA/NE/CO/WY/MT resident; $10,202: estimated yearly total for Minnesota resident; $11,936: estimated yearly total for nonresident

Introduction

Our master's degree in counseling is a two-year plus two-summer program, with specializations in clinical mental health and school counseling.

The NSU counseling program leads to a master’s of science in education degree, preparing you for a K-12 school or clinical mental health counseling certification/licensure. Our program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

As an NSU counseling student, you can choose your career path:

  • Clinical mental health: Prepare to work in an agency or private practice setting and become certified to work with children, adults, families, and groups. (Earn a degree in clinical mental health counseling – 60 credits)
  • School counseling: Prepare to counsel K-12 children in private, public, or parochial schools. Your degree prepares you for a career in school guidance. (Earn a degree in school counseling – 60 credits)
  • Forensic counseling: Prepare to work in the criminal justice system and become certified to work with victims, first responders, and perpetrators. (Earn a degree in clinical mental health counseling with a specialization in forensic counseling – 72 credits)

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