Argosy University Programs

Counseling Psychology

Argosy University offers both a Master’s and Doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology. The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program continues the professional development for students currently working — or desiring to work — in a counseling psychology role. In the graduate Counseling Psychology programs, students are introduced to basic counseling psychology skills that integrate individual and group theoretical foundations of professional counseling psychology into appropriate client interaction and intervention skills. Argosy University also offers a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology/Marriage & Family Therapy program for students who with to gain licensure as a marriage and family therapist in the state of California. A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is necessary for admission into these graduate Counseling Psychology programs. The Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology program was created for students with a background in mental health, social work, school counseling, pastoral counseling, and psychiatric nursing. The program prepares students with the skills and credentials necessary to pursue leadership, supervisory, training, and teaching positions in the field.

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