The Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree prepares individuals for careers in professional counseling settings such as community mental health, human service agencies, college and university counseling centers, and residential treatment facilities. The curriculum provides a blend of counselor training experiences designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to become a professional counselor.
Biology majors can participate in faculty-mentored research to gain experience studying the biological sciences. Many students also choose to complete a summer undergraduate research program or clinical internship. Students work with faculty members to explore these possibilities.
Accounting is a promising and highly rewarding career. Demand for qualified accountants trained in preparing financial documentation is expected to increase in response to the escalating data-driven decision-making and financial regulations in organizations of all types. Accounting students will gain analytical skills, develop an understanding of business processes, strengthen their ability to communicate effectively and become aware of the importance of the ethical and social responsibilities of accounting.