Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Graduate program offered by the UNT College of Education

The MS degree requires a minimum of 60 semester hours, including completion of all MS requirements and a passing score on the comprehensive examination (written, oral or both) administered during student enrollment in COUN 5720 or COUN 5721. All degree programs must be planned in consultation with the student’s advisor, and students must earn grades of A or B on all degree plan course work. Students are required to file a degree plan during their first term/semester of graduate study. The master’s degree program requires an internship, COUN 5720/COUN 5721, in lieu of a thesis. The internship should be the last enrollment in the master’s program. Placement for the internship is selected in cooperation with the supervisor and must be approved by the program.

All program areas are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.

RFI-Counseling

Faculty
 

  • Angie Cartwright
  • Cynthia Kay Chandler
  • Leslie De Jones
  • Kimberly King