MS in Counseling
Do you have a passion for learning, helping people, and counseling?
Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives?
Barry University’s Department of Counseling has a long history of preparing students to be professional counselors, scholars, and leaders. Our MS in Counseling programs integrate theory, research, and practice so graduates are not only prepared as counselors but also leaders in the field.
An inclusive academic community is fostered through collaboration, scholarly and critical analysis, and respect. Because we value diversity, we are committed to promoting student and system multicultural competence and sensitivity. We train students to become counselors who assist individuals, couples, and families find solutions and untapped resources to work through challenges that bring them to counseling.
Barry University's Counseling program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP), which not only meets license requirements in Florida but can give you the portability to pursue opportunities in other states.
You will have exposure to innovative counseling approaches through faculty supervision while providing direct counseling services to members of our local communities during practicums and internships. During these practical experiences, you will have the opportunity to provide counseling services at the Dr. Maureen Duffy Family Enrichment Center, our on-site clinic which is a component of the CARE Center.
The MS in Counseling program accepts applications for fall, spring, and summer semesters. You may choose from three innovative Counseling specializations for the Master's degree: