Prospective Students

  • Counseling Students in group work

    Counseling Students in group work

  • Counseling student participating in the PRoBE research presentation.

    Counseling student participating in the PRoBE research presentation.

  • National School Counselor Week Dr. Dowdy's Internship class

    National School Counselor Week Dr. Dowdy's Internship class

  • Student Counselor student teaching in a class

    Student Counselor student teaching in a class

COUNSELING STUDENT FAQS

Students and Professionals considering entering the CACREP accredited Graduate Counseling Program here at Missouri State University are provided with the Counseling Student FAQs list above as well as admission resources below.

By following the links provided below, you will be directed to complete the application to the Graduate College and a separate Counseling application. This is to maintain the highest standard of Counseling education and provide students with a real life experiences without sacrificing quality. 

Admission Requirements

Review admission requirements and apply to the counseling graduate program.

Program Requirements

At every level of professional care there are requirements, to maintain quality and meet CACREP standards, the MSU Graduate Counseling Program has set a standard that each student must meet.

Counseling Program Courses Offered

Whether you're considering the program to advance your career or just need some additional courses to maintain your licenses, each of the classes is thoughtfully planned and taught.

Education Abroad

This year Argentina is the host country for students interested in experiencing a cultural change.

Vision and Mission

Our Vision and Mission for the Counseling Program directly reflects the dedication of the faculty to the profession.