A general Master of Arts degree in Counseling is best suited for those candidates who want a master’s degree in counseling and who are not interested in one of the specializations (career counseling, college student services, obtaining a PPS credential, or pursuing the MFT and/or PCC licenses). Students arrange a plan of study and counseling field placement appropriate to their career objectives, such as preparation for doctoral studies.

Core courses, 40 units

  • COUN 239:     Psychological Perspectives of Gender, 2 units
  • COUN 530:     Counseling Field Experience, 6 units

Minimum Total Units: 45 (2014-2015), 48 (2015-2016)