M.S. in Community and Trauma Counseling

Combined B.S./M.S. Degrees

The combined B.S./M.S. programs at Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) are designed for students who know early on that they want to become professional counselors. These programs allow students to seamlessly complete undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time than would be required to complete both separately. Students selecting this option can choose between the Health Sciences or Psychology majors as undergraduates.

For qualified students, graduate coursework begins senior year (or equivalent) after all undergraduate college studies, major coursework, and prerequisites are completed.

Students are awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in either Health Sciences or Psychology in December of their fourth year, and upon completion of graduate Community and Trauma Counseling program requirements, their Master of Science degree in Community and Trauma Counseling.

» See B.S. in Health Sciences and M.S. in Community and Trauma Counseling Combined Curriculum

» See B.S. in Psychology and M.S. in Community and Trauma Counseling Combined Curriculum

 


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