College of Liberal Arts
105 Main St., Thompson Hall
Durham, NH 03824
M.Ed; School Counseling, M.A; Mental Health Counseling
The Graduate Program in Counseling prepares counselors to function in a variety of institutions, agencies and schools dedicated to the educational, social, vocational and psychological development of the person. Graduates are typically involved in team delivery of services and work in collaboration with other human services professionals. Students are encouraged to develop a fundamental psychotherapeutic approach that can be applied to diverse client populations. Students may also individualize their program of study to serve the needs of a particular clientele. This can be accomplished through selected readings and projects in required courses, the internship experiences, elective courses, and independent study or research projects. The program meets educational requirements for certification in school counseling (M.Ed.) and licensure in mental health counseling (M.A.).
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Small Suburb