The University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences now offers an online Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Developed by the Department of Human Relations, this 60-credit hour program can be completed in as few as 30 months. Graduates are prepared to become Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) and are equipped to help individual mental health and tackle systematic issues. The program provides a comprehensive curriculum taught through a social justice and multicultural lens.
Get Exam Ready
Prepare for the National Counselor Exam (NCE) by earning a qualifying degree, and gaining the clinical hours and practical skills needed to service today’s mental health needs.
The need for mental health professionals is higher than ever as the stigma surrounding mental health diminishes and healthcare services expand.
Fill a Growing Need
An increasing number of states require counseling services for offenders in the criminal justice system, increasing the need for good counselors.
Do What's Right
The curriculum is rooted in recognizing and addressing systemic issues of inequity and in solutions that provide mental health access for all.
Join other working adults who take classes online from anywhere in the world from world class OU faculty.
This degree is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health Licensure and meets the educational requirements to become a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oklahoma. Licensure requirements vary by state and students outside of Oklahoma should review their State Licensure board requirements.
Take Your Career to the Next Level
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