Students enrolling in the Master of Science in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health and the Master of Science in Counseling, School Counseling may be interested in becoming licensed to practice counseling. Those enrolling in the Master of Science in Counseling, School Counseling may also be interested in becoming certified in school counseling.
Each state/jurisdiction has unique educational and prerequisite requirements that candidates must meet in order to obtain certification and/or licensure. The sections below provide additional information on whether this degree meets the educational requirements in each state/jurisdiction.
Additional questions should be directed to the Department of Education & Counseling.
Last Updated - February 2020
If you are considering applying to these programs, please select the state/territory below for more information regarding educational requirements for professional licensure/certification in that state/territory. While this information has been collected to assist with students’ research, you are encouraged to do your own due diligence regarding whether or not the educational requirements of your program of interest meet certification/licensure requirements in your location to ensure you are making the most informed decision.