Graduates of this program are prepared for leadership positions in social services, education, behavioral health management, counseling-related organizations, and healthcare. Specific career tracks graduates may pursue include case management, day treatment specialists, psychological assistants, and vocational evaluators.
This program is not designed to meet licensure requirements for counseling professions. This program is designed for learners within the counseling, psychology, or related human services fields who wish to pursue careers in private or public human services or counseling settings.
Core courses provide knowledge in the discipline, while electives provide an examination of contemporary issues that allow students to focus on human services populations or areas of interest in supportive counseling and leadership/management. Students will be required to successfully complete a capstone project to demonstrate attainment of competency of core professional skills as a requirement of graduation.