Counseling & School Psychology

Counseling and School Psychology

The Department of Counseling and School Psychology strives to inspire graduates to become effective and compassionate professionals who bring positive change to the communities they serve. The department is committed to affording access to professional graduate study to individuals of all backgrounds, to providing quality education and training that prepare students to work in a variety of settings, primarily in the urban community, and to tailoring instruction and providing individual assistance to help students meet high standards of knowledge, skills and dispositions.

Graduate Programs Advanced Certificate Programs
M.S.ED. in School Psychology Advanced Certificate in Mental Health Counseling
Advanced Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy

Clinically Rich

All programs in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology place heavy emphasis on internship and practicum placements, giving students the exciting, challenging, and fulfilling experience of understanding the important work of individual and group counseling from a real-world perspective.

M.S. in Mental Health Counseling

Ranked among top 25 programs in nation!


School of Education
Dr. Laura Seinfeld, Dean