M.S. in Counseling – Community Mental Health (Baltimore Area)
You’ve earned your bachelor’s degree but perhaps you aren’t where you want to be in your career. Maybe you aren’t working in the mental health field yet? Maybe you are working in mental health but you realize that you need to earn your master’s degree to take your career to the level you desire? With over 50 years of offering high-quality Counselor Education, a M.S. in Counseling from McDaniel could be your solution.
Beginning in the Fall semester of 2013, McDaniel’s M.S. in Counselor Education – Community Mental Health track is being offered in the Baltimore area. Be one of only 18 candidates accepted into this exclusive program at our new Owings Mills location and prepare to take your career to the next level.
- New convenient location with ample parking, current technology and comfortable accommodations for working adults
- Complete your 48 credit M.S. program in approximately 2.5 years without leaving your day job
- Schedules are tailored to working adults – face-to-face courses are offered back-to-back in the same night, one night per week
- Nearly 50% of the program can be completed online
- The program takes an experiential and integrated approach toward learning and focuses on highly applicable content that can be directly utilized in the field
- 12 additional credits beyond the McDaniel M.S. can take you one step closer to earning your LCPC. All 60 required credits can be taken through McDaniel.
- Highly competitive tuition at $525 per credit
Owings Mills Location:
Maryland Public Television
11767 Owings Mills Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Dr. Simeon Schlossberg
Ms. Crystal Perry
All courses except for CED 505 and CED 511 can be completed at the Owings Mills location or online. CED 505 and CED 511 must be completed at McDaniel’s main campus in Westminster. Nearly 50% of the program will be completed online. Courses offered online may vary based on instructor availability.
CED 520 Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling
CED 501 Introduction to Counseling
RSM 550 Introduction to Research Methodology
CED 502 Counseling Theories and Techniques
CED 515 Appraisal Procedures for Counseling
CED 504 Lifestyle, Career Development & Decision-Making
CED 508 Group Dynamics
PSY 511 Psychology of Abnormal Behavior
CED 505 Diversity-Sensitive Counseling - WESTMINSTER CAMPUS
CED elective (CED 577 Applied Counseling for Alcohol and Drug Abuse recommended)
CED elective (CED 509 Family Counseling, recommended)
CED elective (CED 571 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, recommended)
CED 511 Practicum in Advanced Theories - WESTMINSTER CAMPUS
PSY 514 Human Growth and Development Over the Lifespan
CED 554 Field Practicum: Community Mental Health
- Completed application for graduate study
- Submit the non-refundable application fee
- Official transcripts verifying completion of an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75.
- Three recent letters of recommendation from undergraduate faculty or employers
- Students are required to set up an initial advising meeting (410-857-2501) upon receiving initial admission.
- Successful completion of CED 519 or 520, CED 501 and RSM 550
- Acceptable grades (B or better) in Ethics courses and Introduction to Research Methodology and any additional courses taken
- A satisfactory individual evaluation completed by the instructor
- Approval from advisor
- A minimum 3.00 G.P.A.
- Minimum 3.00 G.P.A.
- Successful completion of 48 credit hours
- Original research project (thesis) or the successful completion of a Capstone experience