Minnesota Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Minnesota Counseling Graduate Programs
Minnesota State University Moorhead Graduate Studies Program
The Graduate Studies Program at Minnesota State University is a liberal arts program that works to provide students with an education from leaders in their field of study. Students will graduate with knowledge and skills they need to pursue their chosen course of professional work.
Master of Science in Education - Counseling and Student Affairs Program
Students in this graduate program will be prepared to interact with clients in need through the study of developmental theory, the perfection of interpersonal skills, and their own personal development in the program. The program takes a general education approach and students can specialize in community counseling, student affairs, college counseling, or school counseling.
Address: Minnesota State University Moorhead, 1104 7th Ave South, Moorhead, MN 56563
Phone: 800-593-7246 or 218-477-2134
University of Minnesota Department of Psychology
The Department of Psychology is focused on training the future leaders of the discipline in the science of psychology. The psychology graduate program is designed to terminate with a doctoral degree with the possibility that students will earn a MA in the process.
Doctoral in Counseling Psychology
This doctoral program seeks to assist students in exploring and understanding how the changing global demographics affect the mental health needs of society at large. The college takes an empirical-research view towards counseling psychology with an emphasis on social psychological approaches to many of the issues facing people in society today.
Address: University of Minnesota, Psychology Department, N218 Elliott Hall, 75 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0344
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Graduate School of Health and Human Services
This is a Lasallian Catholic university with multiple locations in Apple Valley, Minnetonka, Oakdale, Winona, Rochester, and Twin Cities. The Graduate School of Health and Human Services offers Bachelors, Masters, and Graduate Certificates in degree programs designed to help students address the mental, spiritual, and emotional needs of the people.
Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychological Services
Available in three campus locations, this Master of Arts program is designed to prepare students for professional work in areas of counseling, psychotherapy, and mental and emotional health services. Coupling in-school studies with hands on application, students who graduate will meet the state of Minnesota's educational requirements to become licensed professional counselors (LPC).
Saint Mary's University in Minnesota (Twin Cities), 2500 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404-4403
Saint Mary's University in Minnesota (Rochester), 1926 Collegeview Drive S.E., Rochester, MN 55904-4999
Saint Mary's University in Minnesota (Minnetonka), 12450 Wayzata Blvd., Minnetonka, MN 55305-1978
Phone: Twin Cities Location 612-238-4520, Rochester Location 877-768-4545, or Minnetonka Location 612-728-5158