You can choose from one of two tracks in this 42- to 48-credit Master of Science program:
While completing all of the coursework required for the National Certified Counselor credential, you'll explore:
This includes the eight content areas tested in the National Counselor Exam, which is required for licensure as a clinical professional counselor throughout the United States. While in this program, you'll also begin accumulating the hours of supervised psychotherapy experience required by the state of Maryland to become a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC).
This track is ideally paired with UB's post-master's Certificate in Professional Counseling Studies , which allows you to build upon your M.S. degree to complete the 60 credits of graduate study necessary to become a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland and throughout the United States.
Our students have a nearly perfect (98 percent) first-time pass record on the National Counselor Exam.
Learn more about the Industrial and Organizational Psychology track.
You'll focus on preparing yourself to facilitate effective leadership within organizations and to help those same organizations hire, train and motivate employees.
This track prepares you for jobs:
You'll earn a master's degree that meets Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology guidelines.
Faculty members in our graduate program in applied psychology are experts in counseling and psychotherapy, psychological assessment, social psychology, career assessment and research, and personnel and organizational behavior.
Classes are offered evenings, and some courses are offered in the summer for continuing students.