This 84 unit program leads to two separate master's degrees and would afford students a strong background in forensic psychology, emphasizing restorative justice, forensic assessment, and the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge in a supervised field placement experience. The Master’s in Counseling degree leads to State licensure as an MFT or an LPCC. Courses are taken concurrently, and students are encouraged to complete their practicum in a forensic setting, such as Behavioral Health Court or Jail Psychiatric Services.
Designed for the working adult, all classes are offered late afternoons and evenings Mondays through Thursdays. Some Saturday classes are required.