Changing a Master Degree Program
Graduate students in the Master of Counseling degree program can change tracks, and may do so for a variety of reasons. Examples include, but are not limited to: changes in career interests, or shifts in circumstances. The goal of these procedures is to ensure that when students propose such a change, that the process a) is consistent with the requirements of the university’s graduate school and with the requirements for entry into the Master of Counseling degree as they are applied to program applicants in general, b) results in fair, consistent and timely decisions, and c) contributes to maintenance of high standards of performance for Counseling graduate students and helps ensure student success.
To change specialty, a new application will need to be submitted to Graduate School at a reduced fee. A reduced fee waiver code may be obtained from the Department of Counseling Administrative Assistants. Only the application is required. All transcripts, letters of recommendation and test scores will be transferred from your initial application.