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Masters Degrees in Counseling

The Masters Degrees in Counseling programs at Centenary College prepare students to become professional and thorough counselors in a variety of settings. Students are able to focus their studies to coincide with the future counseling career positions. 

Whether you are interested in corporate counseling, elementary and secondary school guidance, community support, or private practice counseling Centenary's Masters Degrees in Counseling are designed to prepare you to work with diverse populations.  Instructors are fully educated professionals who bring extensive life experience from a variety of industries.  Our academic preparation for each program follows guidelines established by state licensure and certification boards.

Graduates of our programs will:

  • Gain a thorough understanding of and competence in the practice of individual and group counseling
  • Acquire an appreciation for the role of the counselor in society and an understanding of the ethical and legal responsibilities associated with that role
  • Acquire a comprehensive understanding of the theories of adaptive and maladaptive human behavior and their applicability to assessment and promotion of improved human functioning
  • Develop competency in the design, conduct, and evaluation of counseling research; and acquire professional skills
  • Acquire extensive practical experience in counseling under supervision in appropriate field settings.
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Contact Information

Brianna Whitehouse
Graduate Enrollment Counselor
(908) 852-1400 ext. 2078
graduateadmissions@centenarycollege.edu