Arizona Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Arizona Graduate Counseling Schools with Masters & PhD Programs
University of Arizona
The University of Arizona was founded in 1885, as the first university in the state. The school is a public research university and offers graduate programs in Counseling.
This is a master's program trains to create, implement, and assess school counseling systems. Graduates are qualified as professional school counselors.
- Address: University of Arizona, Education Bldg., Room 412, Tucson, AZ 85721
Arizona State University
Arizona State University was founded in 1885. It serves the metropolitan area of Phoenix, the nation's fifth largest city, with four campus locations.
This master's program prepares students for professional positions in community counseling. Focus is on the ability to work with diverse clientele.
This is a doctoral program, accredited by the APA. Students prepare for career in academia and/or community service oriented settings. The emphasis is on scientific data as the basis for practical application.
- Address: 446 Payne Hall, MC 0811, Tempe, AZ 85287
- Phone: 480-965-6159
Northern Arizona University
This school was founded in September of 1899, as Northern Arizona Normal School. It took its current name in 1966, when it was awarded full university status.
This is a graduate program to earn a master's degree. It prepares students for careers in counseling, applying clinical psychology principles. Emphasis is on diagnosis and treatment of behavioral problems with children and adolescents. Candidates learn child development, intervention strategies, and determination of disabilities and disorders that affect students' learning.
- Address: South San Francisco Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86011
- Phone: 928-523-4348