Earn your bachelor's and master's degree in Counseling in one streamlined program. This integrated dual degree combines the curriculum of the undergraduate Counseling major and a graduate program in Counseling Psychology or Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
There are two dual degree programs available for exceptional undergraduate students majoring in Counseling. Earn a Bachelor of Science in Counseling and your master's degree in one of these programs:
Complete a counseling dual degree in five to six years. You'll begin taking graduate-level classes in your junior year and continue straight through the master's program after graduation.
Dual degree programs are designed for students who:
You are eligible for admission at two review periods.
You can apply to this dual degree program when you submit your application to the undergraduate college. To be considered, you must meet the following criteria:
At this point in the review process, you can only be conditionally admitted until the end of your sophomore year in college. You will be fully admitted into the dual degree program upon meeting the following criteria:
Admission critieria include:
If you wish to enter this program, you'll follow the first-year
requirements for the Counseling major. Once accepted into the program, you will work closely with the dual degree advisor to choose an
appropriate course sequence.
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