Arkansas Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Arkansas Graduate Counseling Schools with Masters & PhD Programs
University of Central Arkansas
This is a state-run institution, created in 1907 by the Arkansas State Legislature. It was started as a teachers' school.
This is a Master of Science degree designed to prepare students for professions in private practice, community mental health, or for further education in the doctoral program.
This is a doctoral program combining research and psychological principles. This prepares students for careers in counseling, with a solid foundation of scientific information and practical skills.
- Address: 201 Donaghey Avenue, Conway, AR 72035
- Phone: 501-450-5000
University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas is a public research university, founded in 1871.
This master's program prepares students for careers in counseling practice in a wide variety of settings.
Graduates will earn a PhD in a program with emphasis on becoming educators and supervisors in counseling programs, either in academic or agency settings.
- Address: Graduate Education Building, Fayetteville, AR 72701
- Phone: 479-575-3208
Arkansas State University
Founded in 1909, Arkansas State University is the state's second largest college system and third largest university by enrollment.
The Master of Rehabilitation Counseling is a graduate degree designed to prepare the student for a career in counseling for persons with a wide range of disabilities: developmental, psychiatric, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and abusive behaviors with alcohol and drugs.
Students earn a master's degree and train to become school counselors. This program meets the requirements for K-12 certification in the state of Arkansas.
- Address: P. O. Box 1560, State University, AR 72467
- Phone: 870-972-3064