Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Mental Health Counseling, a 60 semester hour program, prepares professional counselors to work in The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program also prepares students to seek licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Course Sequence.
Applicants with no prerequisite psychology courses, who are strong students (GPA above) with good understanding and motivation related to mental health counseling, may apply if able to complete the required courses before entering the Program. for the Brooklyn College MHC Program, especially first-year courses.
What concentrations are offered to Clinical Mental Health Counseling majors? of counseling theories and techniques throughout the course of their academic . whether this program feels like a good match before applying to the program. others elect to take comprehensive exams during their last semester or study. Those in private practice have greater flexibility to set their own schedules. Also, because we only have one elective course, we are unable to award credits for courses that do not match those in our curriculum. Please check the student accounts website for most up to date information on the cost of tuition and fees. There are many career choices that involve varying numbers of years of formal education, specialty training and supervised field placements. With planning, the practicum can meet both the M. You may also wish to submit a copy of your assistantship application to the HPC department as well.