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Putting Your Counseling Psychology Degree To Work

Students who graduate from KU's Master's degree in Counseling Psychology meet the academic requirements for the LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) in Kansas. We work with students who hope to be licensed in other states. We encourage prospective students to research the licensure requirements of states in which they hope to practice to ensure that they select the graduate program that best suits their needs. All our students do a similar activity in EPSY 880 our ethical and professional issues course.

In addition, many graduate students who complete the Master's degree in Counseling Psychology leave the program prepared to pursue advanced studies at the doctoral level.

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