The Master’s Degree (M.Ed.) Programs consists of three emphasis areas, Clinical Mental Health (60 credits), School Counseling (48 credits) and Student Affairs and College Counseling (48 credits). The program can be completed in five to six semesters of full-time attendance depending on emphasis. Courses are offered during the summer semester and most classes are offered in afternoon and evening hours during the regular academic year. The program requires both Practicum (100 work experience hours) and Internship (600 total work experience hours) that provide extensive training to our students.