COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS
The Counseling Programs at Arkansas State University offer a CACREP accredited master's degree in School Counseling (not accepting applications at this time); a CORE accredited master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling; and a specialist’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling consistent with CACREP standards and Arkansas state licensure requirements for licensed professional counselors.
The primary mission of the Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Psychology is to provide a sound understanding of the basic scientific principles of psychology. We believe this foundation will serve students who choose to acquire advanced degrees in psychology or related fields, as well as those who enter people oriented occupations following graduation.
The Ed.S. Degree in Psychology & Counseling with an emphasis on School Psychology prepares students for careers as School Psychologists. These professionals work with parents, teachers, students, educators, and others to best meet the educational and mental health needs of children.
Listed below is a list of all of the graduate programs at Arkansas State University. Click on a program name for more information such as program description, admission criteria, and more.