The Clinical and Counseling Studies certificate improves your possibilities of obtaining relevant work after graduation (e.g., mental health technician or case management). The coursework also prepares you to continue in graduate programs in the helping professions.
In addition to graduate work in areas like professional counseling, past graduates have pursued careers as mental health workers and psychiatric research associates.
Michael Klein ’03
Michael Klein became a psychiatric research associate at Via Christi Regional Medical Center in Wichita before beginning prerequisite courses with the goal of applying to medical school.
Sheena Walter ’06
Sheena entered the master’s program in professional counseling at Argosy University.
Jennifer Ankney-Gundy ’06
Jennifer became a mental health worker with plans to go to graduate school in clinical psychology.