How the pathway works
During your final year of undergraduate study, you’ll begin taking graduate-level Counseling courses — if you meet progress standards and graduate program admissions requirements. The graduate-level courses will satisfy credit requirements for your Social and Behavioral Sciences undergraduate major as well as the Counseling graduate program.
To enroll in this pathway, you’ll select a major in Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Admission to Counseling MS program
During your undergraduate studies, you will be required to submit the graduate program application along with all required admission materials. Your Academic Advisor will provide guidance on submitting your application.
About our Counseling graduate program
We offer concentrations in Clinical Mental Health, Rehabilitation, and School Counseling. Each concentration leads to licensure in the particular field of counseling.
Frequently asked questions
Our Accelerated Graduate Pathways offer highly motivated undergraduate students the opportunity to begin graduate study while completing their bachelor’s degree.