Georgia Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Georgia Graduate Counseling Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs
Augusta State University
Augusta State University, a public university, was founded in 1785, making it the oldest institution in the state of Georgia.
This is a master's program. Students are prepared for careers as school counselors for grades K-12.
An intensive internship in a public school setting is part of the coursework.
- Address: 2500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904
- Phone: 706-737-1405
University of Georgia
The University of Georgia was founded on January 27, 1785. It is the oldest and largest of the state's institutions of higher education. It is also one of the oldest public universities in the United States.
This is a program for a master's degree. Successful candidates will be prepared to work as professionals in a variety of settings. Students are trained in skills that allow them to work with a diverse range of clients.
This is a master's program that prepares graduates to be professional counselors in public or private elementary, middle or secondary schools. Students will be competent in counseling, advocacy, assessment, and educational leadership.
Earn a PhD in studies designed for developing and applying the principles of psychology in a counseling environment. This specialty focuses on personal and interpersonal relationships. The coursework is an integration of theory, research and practice.
- Address: 402 Aderhold, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
- Phone: 706-542-1812
Georgia State University
Established in 1913, Georgia State University is an urban research university. It is the second largest of 35 colleges and universities in Georgia's university system.
This is a doctoral program that trains and educates students for careers as professionals who provide developmental, preventative, and remedial services to a diverse clientele.
Mental Health Counseling
Earn a master's degree in this program designed for students interested in clinical mental health counseling. Core areas are: ethical practice, human growth and development, career development, assessment, and research.
This is a master's program designed to prepare students for careers in vocational and technical schools, universities, government agencies, business and industry, community agencies, and mental health facilities.
- Address: P. O. Box 3980, Atlanta, GA 30302
- Phone: 404-413-8010