Counseling (Post-Master's Certificate)
This program is for individuals who have earned a master’s in Counseling at an accredited institution. Those who are working toward national certification or licensure as a professional counselor may enroll in this program, which consists of a minimum of 18 semester credits of graduate coursework. All 18 credits must be taken at Marymount. No transfer courses are permitted. Courses must be selected in conjunction with a faculty advisor. Special permission of the Counseling faculty is required to take clinical courses. Certificate students may not take any section of CE 522, CE 523, CE 597, or CE 599 as part of their certificate program.
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