Counseling & Psychology

Counseling & Psychology

Graduate Degrees and Post-Master's Coursework

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Join Us for a Preview Day!

Thursday, November 16, 2017, 6 PM - 8 PM

Interested in what life looks like as a Counseling and Psych graduate student at Eastern University? Enjoy an evening meal and conversation with  alumni, current students, and our helpful enrollment staff. Our faculty will present a brief overview of the program, followed by the opportunity to sit in on a live class.  RSVP Online Today!

Eastern University’s Counseling & Psychology programs bring psychology, counseling, and a Christian worldview together at the graduate level. Learn from highly skilled practitioners how to use your extensive skills to improve the lives of others.

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Varied Instruction for your Schedule

Full-time and part-time program options are available, as well as evening, face-to-face, and asynchronous online class times. For students already holding a Master’s Degree, Eastern University provides Post-Master’s coursework toward certifications, licensure, and other credentials that will advance your expertise and professional goals.

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Tools and Training for Real Work

Pursue a robust graduate degree with small, highly individualized courses focusing on transferable skills. Upon graduation, you will feel a sense of preparedness and confidence in your field of expertise. Many of our degrees meet multiple professional credentials, providing you with a variety of career options.

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Diversity to Gain Perspective

Eastern University is proud of the diverse faculty and student body, creating a vibrant campus of conversation and learning. Faculty and students are eager to share experiences and practice your program’s respective skills to further develop your passion.

"The professors cared for us tremendously. They held us to high standards, but were also interested in our success. From taking our first classes to completing our internships, they made sure that we had the tools we needed in order to succeed. They didn’t just care because it was a part of their job description, they reached out to us because they saw our potential, encouraged us, and knew how to help us get to where we needed to go."
Raleigh Booze
MA School Counseling '13
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