Create positive change in your community and beyond with a rewarding career as a professional counselor.
Build a strong foundation for making a difference in your community. An M.A. in Counseling from UND will prepare you to become a skilled practitioner in the field.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- Est. time to complete:
- 2-3 years
- Credit hours:
Why Earn a Master's Degree in Counseling at UND?
UND's graduate degree program in counseling uses a training model anchored in the science of psychology, emphasizing both evidence-based practices and multicultural competence. The counseling program offers opportunities to develop professional practice skills in our on-campus multi-disciplinary clinic and through community-based counseling internships.
UND offers a variety of options so you can tailor your M.A. in Counseling to fit your specific interests. Combining a broad theoretical foundation with extensive training in practitioner skills, the counseling program offers four tracks:
- Addiction Counseling
- Community Mental Health Counseling
- Child Adolescent Counseling
- Rehabilitation Counseling
Whichever track you choose, you'll prepare for a dynamic career as a counselor. Our counseling graduates work in mental health centers, rehabilitation offices, addiction treatment clinics, family service organizations and more.