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A Marquette education means more to you—and to the people you serve.

Your success as a counselor will be distinguished by purpose and commitment to helping others. At Marquette University, our online Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling provides you with the experience and one-on-one guidance to lead in your field and to collaborate with communities.

Find flexibility.

Take classes on your schedule and complete your clinical experiences where you live.

Be ready for licensure.

See how a graduate degree can prepare you for licensure exams and professional success.

Choose affordable.

Learn about the total cost of earning your degree and the financial aid opportunities available.

Why Marquette University?

We are known for excellence in research, teaching and service to others. Fueled by a deeper commitment, our students, alumni and faculty are working every day toward a more just society. We prepare counselors who think critically and sensitively by focusing on excellence, leadership and service. Join us in promoting social justice through action and education.

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Our commitment to diversity

The Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology and the entirety of Marquette University are committed to social justice.

Our department emphasizes the importance of diversity and multicultural influences on development in all of our programs, including our coursework and research, as well as throughout our practicum and internship training. The department expects that all faculty and students will engage in respectful explorations of issues regarding diversity and multiculturalism as we develop more fully our commitment to social justice. In addition, faculty and students are all expected to explore their own attitudes, knowledge and behaviors so that the quality of our research, teaching and practice reflects our commitment to equity and inclusion.

This commitment is also reflected in the Marquette University Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity, which reads: “As a Catholic, Jesuit university, Marquette recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual regardless of age, culture, faith, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, language, disability or social class.”

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