Academic Specialization in Counseling
The Academic Specialization in Counseling program track is designed for students who need an advanced degree to pursue further academic study or for professional development.
The goal of the track is to give students who do not desire to become licensed an opportunity to pursue graduate study for the purpose of furthering their knowledge and skills needed for professional development and career advancement.
Students in this degree track may select outside electives (up to 9 credits may be gained from other graduate disciplines such as business or education with the approval of the student's advisor or Graduate Program Director).
*This is a 30-credit-hour, non-clinical degree and does not lead to state licensure or certification.
Dr. Sydney Novoa serves as the Academic Specialization in Counseling track coordinator.
Page last updated June 09, 2022