Empower Others to Transform Their Lives.

Mental and emotional well-being are key to overall health. According to Mental Health America, more than 44 million American adults have a mental health condition. The number of youth with mental health conditions is also growing. These statistics speak to a crucial need for clinical mental health counselors.

You can provide a valuable service by helping others navigate the challenges in their daily lives. NSU’s Master of Science Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling empowers you with the confidence and qualifications you need. You’ll gain broad-based training in areas such as substance abuse, family violence, divorce, aging, and general emotional problems. Your required practicum/internship work will help you develop real world experience.

Your work as a clinical mental health counselor will add value to your community and society. Upon completion of the program, you’ll be prepared to sit for the national certification exam and pursue a rewarding career as a licensed mental health counselor in a clinic, hospital, school, private practice, or other setting of your choice.

Apply now for NSU’s Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Quick Facts

NSU’s M.S. in Counseling program is 60 total credits to complete.
Start Dates
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling concentration is available to start in August (Fall), October (Fall II), or January (Winter).
Delivery Options
Classes for the M.S. in Counseling with a concentration Clinical Mental Health Counseling program are offered through the weekend hybrid programs at our Tampa Bay Regional Campus for Years 1 & 2, and with an additional one evening per week during Year 3.
Tuition for the M.S. in Counseling program in Tampa is $755 for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Career Outcomes

Mental Health Program Manager $68,776 Average Salary Per Year
Social Work Manager $68,838 Average Salary Per Year

Source: ZipRecruiter; PayScale

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