The Graduate Counseling Program offers master of arts and master of marriage and family counseling/therapy degrees as well as a Ph.D. degree. The Graduate and Continuing Studies Committee is responsible for the approval of all graduate programs and policies.
Students in the M.A., M.M.F.C./T., and Ph.D. programs normally start with an assigned cycle or cohort of students. In the master's program, cycles begin in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. The Ph.D. program starts a new cohort in the fall semester only. The University is not responsible for any changes or delays in graduation for students who change cycles/cohorts or begin a cycle/cohort late. The University may combine cycles as needed.