Master of Science in Counseling


About Southeastern's Counseling Program 

Our Counseling Program is a 60-hour program accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) with concentrations in clinical mental health counseling; marriage, couple, and family counseling; and school counseling. Each of these concentrations lead to a Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Counseling. The academic coursework in all concentration meets the academic requirements for licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Louisiana as well as most other states. School counseling graduates meet the academic requirements to become a certified school counselor in Louisiana after passing the school counseling Praxis exam.

Our program is a campus-based program, with most courses offered in a face-to-face format and several in a hybrid (partially online) format. A small number of courses are online. Content courses prior to field-based clinical experiences alternate between day and evening to accommodate working students. A student's last two semesters consist of a clinical internship at an approved site. The internship is very close to a full-time experience (approximately 30 hours per week), and students are only allowed to take one additional class along with internship for a maximum of six hours each semester of internship.


Counseling Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Counseling Program at Southeastern Louisiana University is to prepare future counselors with the knowledge and skills necessary for entry into the profession through coursework and field-based activities.


Admission Process and Requirements

Degree Requirements

Counseling Student Handbook

Guest Student Enrollment Information 


Counseling Program Outcomes


Counseling Faculty


Left to right: Dr. June Williams, Dr. Michael Leeman, Dr. Wendy Rock, Dr. Reshelle Marino, Dr. Laura Fazio-Griffith