Master of Science in Clinical Counseling
The Master of Science in Clinical Counseling program is a professional development program designed to prepare graduates with knowledge and skills necessary to apply for licensure in Missouri as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Our aim is to graduate competent, socially conscious, reflective, evidence-based counselors who understand an individual's development through the life span and are able to meet the needs of a diverse society. In order to achieve that aim, counseling graduates are exposed to formal academic knowledge, applicable skills, and the clinical learning experiences.
Graduates of this program will be employable in clinical counseling arenas such as correctional centers, mental health centers, and psychiatric institutions, or be prepared to work in private practice. The program is 48 credit hours in length and may be completed in less than three calendar years through a full-time course of study. Students may also opt for part-time study. This program is offered on the Park Hills and Sedalia locations. Courses are typically taught in a traditional setting, one to two evenings per week.
We welcome your interest in the program. If you have general questions about the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the admissions office at 660-248-6651. If you have specific questions about the content or process of the program, please contact the advisor at the program site where you are interested in attending.
Theresa L. Keown, NCC, LPC
Park Hills, Mo.
Responsibilities: Administrative oversight of the MSCC program. She is also the instructor and advisor for the graduate degree program in Clinical Counseling. Background in domestic violence, group work, and marriage and family counseling.
Angela Schubert, M.Ed, LPC
MSCC Clinical Counseling Coordinator
Responsibilities: Coordinator, instructor and advisor for graduate degree program in Clinical Counseling at Sedalia. Clinical background in eating disorders, gender and sexual orientation issues, and ageism.