Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling
Master of Science in Human Services
2 Years | On-site | 12-Week Terms
Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling (licensure track)
The Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling offers a rigorous 60-credit degree program that provides the educational preparation for licensure in the state of New Hampshire. The Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling program involves an intensive internship program, in which students are placed according to their talents and career ambitions, and mentored by the host organization, an NEC faculty member, and the Director of the Mental Health program.
New England College is proud of our strong history of partnering with mental health and counseling organizations. NEC serves as an educator of organization staff, an employer of adjunct faculty, and the program and organizations work together to benefit all parties in developing clinical internship placements.
Master of Science in Human Services (non-licensure track)
M.S. in Human Services programs offer students a 36-credit degree program including many of the courses in the 60-credit MS in Mental Health Counseling, without the intensive internship component. Graduates of this program are prepared for leadership positions in social services, education, behavioral health management, counseling related organizations, and healthcare. Specific career tracks that graduates may pursue include case management, day treatment specialists, psychological assistants and vocational evaluators.
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To apply, submit the online NEC Graduate School application, personal statement, current resume, official college transcript(s) and 1 letter of recommendation.* GRE or GMAT scores are optional.
*The admissions committee reserves the right to require other admission documents and will inform those applicants of that requirement during the enrollment process. Applications will be accepted until the cohort is full.
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