Counseling - Undergraduate Program


Human Service Counseling program is built on a strong foundation of psychology and sociology to develop understanding of individuals and the influence of social interaction. Counseling theory and skills enable students to work with people toward functional ways of meeting their needs.

The program is based on the philosophy of empowerment of clients. Program outcomes include the preparation of counselors who (a) have the skills to attend, listen, reflect, clarify, probe, plan and evaluate, (b) have the ability to understand problems from clients’ perspectives, establish mutually acceptable goals, and choose appropriate strategies, and (c) show self-awareness, empathy, and respect for clients.


Course Information

Human Service Counseling

Admission Requirements

Admission Information and Requirements



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