Earn an online counseling degree and start helping people overcome challenges and achieve their dreams. Our online counseling degree program emphasizes social justice and cultural sensitivity within the field of counseling. You'll choose from four specialization areas and you will have the option to add a concentration to your online counseling degree to help set you apart in your practice. You can also pursue an emphasis in somatic therapy, social justice counseling or veterans counseling.
*Completion of a graduate-level counseling degree may not lead to licensure in all states/regions. All applicants are strongly encouraged to research licensure requirements in their own states/countries, especially in the following locations: Kentucky, California, Iowa, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New York, Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Ohio, and Greenland. Those applicants planning to work for the Department of Veteran's affairs are also encouraged to research employment requirements for military and veteran counselors.
The Prescott College Master of Science in Counseling program issues an annual report each year. To view our annual report, select a year below. You can also view program statistics.
- Master of Science in Counseling Annual Report 2014-15 Academic Year
- Master of Science in Counseling Annual Report 2015-16 Academic Year
- Master of Science in Counseling Annual Report 2016-17 Academic Year