Mississippi Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Mississippi Counseling Graduate Programs
Mississippi College School of Education Department of Psychology and Counseling
Mississippi College is a Christian liberal arts college that offers undergraduate, graduate, pre-professional, and professional programs. Established in 1826, the college is the oldest educational institution in the state and teaches almost 4,900 students every year. Students will leave the school with a greater understanding of their roles in society and with the skills they need for a successful career.
Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling
Students pursuing this graduate degree will be trained to work with individuals, families, and groups in different mental and behavioral settings including hospitals and mental health facilities. The curriculum is focuses on keep students one step ahead of the changes in the mental health landscape as it applies to managed care and behavioral health care.
Master of Science in Marriage and Family Counseling
Students of this graduate program will be prepared to assist couples and families struggling with parent-child relationships, marital conflicts, substance abuse, and other problems afflicting families today. Graduates will be able to work in mental health centers, churches, private treatment centers, and hospitals and trained to specifically address the needs of people in especially marginalized demographics such as the poor and women.
Address: Mississippi College, Department of Psychology, PO Box 4013, Clinton, MS 39058
University of Southern Mississippi College of Education and Psychology
Exposing students to the many facets of psychology, the College of Education and Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi works to help students develop the critical thinking and interpersonal communication skills needed to excel in their field of study.
Master of Science in Counseling Psychology
A 60 hour, 2 year (full time) graduate program for students seeking licensure as a professional counselor in the state of Mississippi. The program educates students through a combination of classroom academics and hands on application of knowledge. Students will be trained to use diagnostic and evidence based intervention methods to assist people from all walks of life with their mental and emotional needs.
Address: The University of Southern Mississippi, Counseling Psychology Master's Program Director, 118 College Drive, #5025, Hattiesburg, MS 39406-5025