Art Therapy & Clinical Counseling
Emporia State University's clinical counseling degree is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
The purpose of the clinical counseling program is to prepare you to serve individuals and families experiencing a range of social justice and wellness concerns.
Candidates pursuing this option may earn two masters degrees by completing a shared, three-year curriculum. Program completers will receive both the Master of Science in Art Therapy Counseling AND the Master of Science in Clinical Counseling. Program graduates are eligible to apply for national counseling certification and professional licensing in Kansas and in other states across the country.
As you enter the Clinical Counseling program, you must select only one of the concentrations below. Each concentration meets Kansas state licensing requirements. Additionally, program graduates are eligible to apply for national credentialing.
Applicants pursuing the dual curriculum option in Art Therapy Counseling and Clinical Counseling must make application to each program separately.
There are three areas of study: