​This Master’s degree allows the students who enter the community counseling concentration, after passing the state licensure exam, to become licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). The Concentration prepares Counseling professionals to work in various settings such as community agencies, private practice, and not-for-profit organizations. Such a specialty gives the Counseling Professional skills and processes to provide individual and group counseling and to serve as a leader and advocate for clients, communities, and the profession.

Course Requirements

Counseling Courses: 24 quarter hours required, grade of B- or better required