As a counselor, you are in a unique position to help others. Get your degree from Texas Wesleyan and be ready to make a difference.
Texas Wesleyan offers you programs in Professional Counseling as well as Marriage & Family Therapy. Both of these areas of study will prepare you to take the licensing exam.
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 community counseling center.
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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.
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited college or university with at least 9 hours in psychology, counseling or related coursework, including at least one statistics and one human development course.
- One of the following requirements
- 3.0 cumulative GPA score or 3.25 over the last 60 hours
- An official GRE score report. Recommended achievement of 150 verbal, 142 quantitative and 4.0 writing.
- Mental health casework and/or field experience with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Interview session with program faculty, if selected
Texas Wesleyan's master's in counseling program is highly competitive. Meeting the minimum admission requirements stated doesn't guarantee admission to the program.
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- Spring 2020
- Deadline extended - Dec. 1
- Summer 2020
- Deadline - April 1
- Fall 2020
- Priority Deadline - April 1
- Deadline - June 15
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