Master of Science in Counseling (MSC)
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Careers with an MSC
Graduates may find employment in a variety of settings, including but not limited to hospitals, substance abuse treatment centers, schools, colleges, universities, and private practice.
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Kim King, Ph.D.
Full-Time Term Lecturer of Counseling (2016)
The need for mental health support has never been greater and the UIU Mental Health Counseling program prepares students to meet this need in both a clinical and school setting.
Frequently Asked Questions
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The master’s in counseling program was revamped in the Summer 2020 and moved to a fully online format. The program is currently CACREP-aligned, and it will be seeking CACREP accreditation in the near future.
Yes. Field experiences include a 100-hour practicum and 600-hour (minimum) internship in which students practice the skills they have developed under the supervision of faculty.
Students are able to be part-time or full-time students in the program.
Tuition is $480/credit hour for fall and spring (16-week semester) and $460/credit hour for summer (14-week semester).
Fall: August 14
Spring: December 11
Summer: April 30
A student, with approval from the major professor and the Counseling program, may transfer 12 semester credits of graduate credit in which grades of B or better were earned that were taken in residence at another university. Clinical courses cannot be transferred.
Individuals may be admitted into UIU’s online Counseling program as a non-degree graduate student. Non-degree seeking students can take these four (4) foundation courses:
- Theories of Counseling
- Lifespan Growth and Development
- Research & Program Evaluation
- Ethical, Legal & Professional Issues in Counseling