MS in Counseling in CT | University of Bridgeport

Master of Science in Counseling

The University of Bridgeport has a long tradition of preparing graduates for outstanding careers in professional counseling and seeks students interested in personal as well as professional growth. An MS in Counseling from the University of Bridgeport can lead you to LPC licensure in as few as two years.

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Launch a Rewarding Career in Counseling

2 Start Dates

Diverse practicum & internship opportunities

14-week Terms

Leads to licensure for LPC

Counselor Development

There are three dimensions to your development as a counselor:

  • Your personal growth and development (you as a person who counsels)
  • Your intellectual growth and development (your professional knowledge)
  • Your counseling skill set

Our curriculum is designed to address all three dimensions, inspiring personal growth, building professional knowledge and honing counseling skills. These aspects of counselor development are important to all counseling students irrespective of their specific career path.

The internship is the heart of the master’s degree program in Counseling at UB. It provides a venue within which students receive the guidance necessary for development as an entry-level counselor. Program faculties provide didactic and experiential training, serving as the foundation for the development of skills necessary for independent work in clinical settings.

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The Office of Student Financial Services at UB will help bring your goals within reach by connecting you with a variety of federal, state and private programs that offer loans, grants, scholarships and other awards. There are many financial aid options available to prospective students.

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Accreditations


CACREP Accredited logoThe Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), has granted accreditation to the Clinical Mental Health Counseling MS degree program in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Bridgeport through March 31, 2028.

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