The main goal of Cleveland State University's Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is to prepare counselors for roles in community agencies. Graduates who successfully meet educational requirements are eligible to take the National Counselor Examination (NCE). After successfully passing the examination, graduates are awarded the Professional Counselor (PC) license until they have acquired two years of supervised experience in counseling, obtained after the award of the master's degree. After successful completion of this supervised experience and passing the National Clinical Mental Health Counselor Exam (NCMHCE), they are awarded the Professional Clinical Counselor license (PCC).
Other available programs from Cleveland State University: College of Education and Human Services
About the Program:
- Language Test: TOEFL 78 (minimum), IELTS 6.5 (minimum)
- GPA: 2.75