Counseling and Human Services
Syracuse's programs are nationally accredited and can lead to national certification or State Certification in School Counseling or Licensure as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
The Counseling and Human Services Department at Syracuse University was the recipient of the 2013 National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) Professional Identity Award. This is a national recognition that signifies the faculty's excellence in and commitment to promoting counselor professional identity.
Students may pursue a Master of Science degree in:
Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.) in:
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in
Programs include extensive fieldwork opportunities in which students gain hands-on experience working with students and clients in a wide range of counseling and educational settings. Students work closely with their advisor and the fieldwork coordinator to identify settings that meet their individual interests and career goals.
Students are trained in the most current information in counseling and provided the opportunity to develop their skills and succeed in their chosen area of specialization. Doctoral students have many opportunities to develop their teaching, research and supervision skills and are prepared to be nationally competitive in academic and practice settings.
How will I pay for my education? Over half of our students receive some sort of financing.
S.U. Re-Accredited to 2016 by CACREP
Sigma Upsilon, the CHS chapter of the Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society (Chi Sigma Iota) has been a lively addition to the Department, enhancing its professional and social life. Chi Sigma Iota Newsletter (pdf)
Counseling and Human Services Department
805 S. Crouse Ave., Lower Level
Syracuse, NY 13244