Saturday, February 15, 2014
Brattleboro, VT and Cincinnati, OH
Visiting day offers prospective graduate students the opportunity to attend faculty presentations and classes, and join current students for their winter residency weekend. The afternoon will include an overview of the counseling psychology program, information about sitting for the National Counseling Exam while in the program, and the new embedded Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. Admissions staff will also be available to answer questions about the application process.
“Union Institute & University is committed to offering a flexible and rigorous graduate psychology degree program for adults who are juggling many responsibilities. We are open to candidates who have an academic or professional background in mental health, as well as candidates who are thinking about a career change,” said Lauren Wenstrup, enrollment counselor for graduate psychology programs. “The M.A. program allows students the flexibility of online learning along with the camaraderie and support of face-to-face meetings each term with faculty and fellow students.”
The M.A. with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology curriculum fulfills state counseling licensure requirements and includes 60 credit hours and an internship. Students may enroll in the program on a full-time or part-time basis. Residency weekends occur three times per year.
For more information or to register contact
New England Academic Center:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 802-254-0152 x8905
New England Academic Center
28 Vernon Street, Suite 210 | Brattleboro, Vermont 05301-3669
Cincinnati Academic Center:
email@example.com | 513-487-1269
Cincinnati Academic Center
440 East McMillan Street | Cincinnati, Ohio 45206-1925