M.S. in Counseling for Higher Education

In today’s rapidly changing world, there is a greater need for student affairs and student services counselors in college/university settings who are knowledgeable, ethical, principled, and compassionate.

We believe that competent counselors working in colleges/universities need to meet the needs of an ever-changing diverse student body and be comfortable discussing issues of race, gender, sexuality, and other types of identity. Our program uses the cultural proficiency model to help students take an inside-out approach to understanding who they are and how their identities inform the ways they work with others across differences.

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Thursday, Mar. 25, 2021 at 6:30 - 7:30 pm

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Quick Facts

Program Units
48
Average Duration
3 years
Flexibility
On campus, full-time or part-time course load
Course Availability

Fall and Spring 15-week semesters with 8-week Summer sessions

Locations
  • Thousand Oaks
    (primary location)
  • Woodland Hills
Program Costs

$790 per credit

$37,920 base cost

Scholarships

Veteran's Benefitsyb

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The CSP program has given me the opportunity to evaluate every aspect of my identity: from being a father, a son, a husband, and a brother, to areas of interest or professional development. I look at each piece critically and attempt to understand its place in my life. This level of introspection benefits me on a daily basis in both the professional field and in my personal life.

Lucas Saucedo

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