Master's Degrees in Counseling
As a counselor, you are in a unique position to help others.
You are needed. Be ready.
What degrees do you offer?
What will I learn?
We teach you the theoretical basis for counseling – and how to put it into practice.
- Learn from real professionals with real practices
- Work with faculty and other students in and out of the classroom
- Study current counseling trends with experts from different backgrounds
- Get practicum hours at our on-campus counseling center, The Glick House
When are classes?
We have classes during spring, summer and fall semesters. Classes meet once a week, Monday through Thursday evening, as well as Saturday morning and afternoon.
What are your admission requirements?
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with at least 18 hours in psychology, counseling, or related coursework, including at least one statistics and one human development course.
- One of the following requirements
Interview session with program faculty
- 3.0 cumulative GPA score or 3.25 over the last 60 hours
- GRE score of 900 or greater or equivalent based on new score scale
- Mental health casework and/or field experience with minimum GPA of 2.5 cumulative
Preparing for licensure?
In certain circumstances, you can take your required counseling and marriage & family therapy courses for licensure at Texas Wesleyan. Your situation is not uncommon, but we'll need to meet with you to learn more about your unique needs. Contact us and let's talk: