Our LMU Counseling program attracts local, national and international students who desire to realize their own talents for helping others.
Our program offers a rolling admissions process, with applicant interviews offered to applicants if they meet our program requirements (search for a specific program offering).
We welcome your application as a motivated, thoughtful graduate student in one of the following options:
- We offer a 60-unit Masters in Counseling program that positions graduates for licensure as LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor) practitioners, thus maximizing their degrees of freedom relative to navigating their career post-graduation. After becoming a "Professional Clinical Counseling Intern" (PCCI) to obtain their clinical hours for LPCC licensure, our LPCC graduates go on to work in community agencies, mental health clinics, and/or their own private practice.
- In addition, we offer a 48-unit Masters of Counseling program that allows graduates to earn the P.P.S. (Pupil Personnel Services) Credential with the Option in School Counseling, preparing our graduates for career mobility in all K-12 academic settings.
- For our graduate students who wish to pursue a career-track in both LPCC and PPS, we offer a combined 60-unit program.
- For our graduate students who wish to pursue a career-track in guidance (higher education) counseling, we offer a 37-unit Masters in Guidance & Counseling program (no credential or license).
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Questions about our Counseling Program offerings? Please request an overview of our Counseling programs by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.