Educational Research/Mental Health Counseling Master of Science Joint Program (two M.S. degrees)
The Department of Educational Policy Studies and the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services offer a dual enrollment, master’s-level program leading to a Master of Science degree with majors in Educational Research and Mental Health Counseling.
This program provides the Educational Research student a content area in which to apply the educational research methodology and provides the Mental Health Counseling student the capability to combine research and evaluation with counseling in his or her work setting.
In general, this dual degree program provides the student with increased career opportunities both within academia and in the work setting.
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