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Jill Caruso, Psy.D.
Director, Counseling Psychology M.A. Programs

Henderson Hall 222C

Phone: (973) 290-4107

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Counseling Psychology

30 credits

This 30-credit foundation program is the main track in the degree. It is designed for students who are planning to apply to doctoral programs or who want to utilize psychology for personal enrichment, to improve their professional life, and/or to realize future career potential.

This track can be built upon for those who seek professional licensure or certifications.

School Counseling

18 additional credits

School Counseling is a program designed to prepare professionals with an interest in working with children in educational settings. Building on the core counseling curriculum, this specialty adds courses designed to prepare graduates with the skills needed to assess and counsel children regarding personal, social, educational and vocational concerns and to develop cooperative relationships with community agencies in assisting children and families.

This program is endorsed by the N.J. Department of Education for school counseling certification upon graduation.

Mental Health Counseling

30 additional credits

The Mental Health Counseling program is designed to prepare professionals for work in a variety of mental health or human services settings, including mental health counseling facilities, training and vocational rehabilitation centers, child welfare and family counseling agencies, institutions for the aging, and other social and community organizations, as well as private practice.

This 60-credit program fulfills the educational requirements for becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey.

Visiting Student Option

Qualified applicants may be accepted as visiting students to complete coursework required for certification or licensure.