Mental Health Counseling MS

The Master of Science program in Mental Health Counseling is designed to prepare counselors to assume the full range of professional responsibilities required to function in a wide array of community human service agencies and organizations, including psychiatric and substance abuse settings. Our training model, which integrates behavioral science theories with practitioner skills, is based on the assumption that the effective counselor has a strong understanding of the theoretical and scientific bases of professional concepts and techniques.

Degree Level: MS

Department: Educational & Counseling Psychology

School or College: School of Education

Required Credentials: Transcripts, 3 Letters of recommendation, General GRE, Statement of goals, At least 15 credits of undergraduate psychology in statistics, abnormal psychology, and courses that focus on personality theory and development.

Application Deadline for Fall Admission and Assistantship Consideration: Not available
Application Deadline for Fall Admission without Assistantship Consideration: Not available

Application Deadline for Spring Admission and Assistantship Consideration: Not available
Application Deadline for Spring Admission without Assistantship Consideration: Not available

Application Deadline for Summer Admission and Assistantship Consideration: Not Available
Application Deadline for Summer Admission without Assistantship Consideration: January 15

Grad Bulletin URL:

http://www.albany.edu/graduatebulletin/counseling_psychology_ms_mental_health_counseling.htm

Departmental Website:

http://www.albany.edu/counseling_psych/ms/index.html