Master of Science in Clinical COunseling

The Master of Science in Clinical Counseling program is a professional development program designed to prepare graduates with knowledge and skills necessary to apply for licensure in Missouri as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).

Locations

This program is offered at the following locations:


  • About This Program

  • The MSCC program at CMU aims to graduate competent, socially conscious, reflective, evidence-based counselors who understand an individual's development through the life span and are able to meet the needs of a diverse society. In order to achieve that aim, counseling graduates are exposed to formal academic knowledge, applicable skills, and the clinical learning experiences.
  • The MSCC program is 60 credit hours in length and may be completed in less than three calendar years through a full-time course of study.
  • Graduates of this program will be employable in clinical counseling arenas such as correctional facilities, mental health centers, and psychiatric institutions, or be prepared to work in private practice.
  • Degrees Available

  • Other CMU Master's Programs:

  • Admission Requirements

  • Students wishing to pursue a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling must meet the requirements for acceptance into the graduate counseling program.

Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Requirements

Staff

Dr. Fred Boley

  • Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor

Dr. Theresa L. Keown

  • Assistant Professor, MSCC Program Coordinator - Park Hills

Dr. Angela Schubert

  • MSCC Program Director - Assistant Professor

Dr. Jessica Taylor

  • Assistant Professor, MSCC Program Coordinator - Maryland Heights

Tara Vossenkemper

  • Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Counseling Center