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A counselor can make a profound difference in someone's life.
Join us at an open house on July 21 to learn more about the Master of Counseling program at OSU-Cascades.
Our CACREP-accredited counseling program enables graduates to deliver professional counseling services in a clinical mental health or school setting. The program is distinguished by exceptional in-classroom instruction, a cohort model where students form strong bonds and progress together, and both academic knowledge and theory. The experience of closely supervised practicum and internships build competence in counseling skills and in personal growth.
Our faculty are known for mentoring students. Professor Edward Ewe, a researcher in the graduate counseling program went above and beyond. He was recognized by the Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision for supporting others in the profession through his advocacy and community-building. Ewe is the director of OSU-Cascades' on-site counseling clinic. Students provide sessions to community members and are trained to help individuals manage stress, anxiety, depression and trauma.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (90 credit hours)
School Counseling (78-84 credit hours)
The Council for Accrediting Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) is recognized as the gold standard for university counseling programs.
Our graduate counseling program prepares the counselors of tomorrow with exceptional in-classroom instruction using a cohort model where students form strong bonds as they progress through their coursework together.
Learn more about admission requirements.
Enjoy on-campus living at OSU-Cascades. All room types are open to graduate students but many choose to live in a single room with a private bathroom, or with other graduate students in apartment-style suites.