The Master of Arts in Counseling Program at Rosemont College prepares you with the
exceptional skills and specialized knowledge you need to work in a variety of professional
settings with the populations you want to positively impact.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Facilitated by faculty members who are current practitioners in the field of counseling,
both the School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling are in alignment
with national standards in counseling.
Incorporating 700 hours of supervised experience under the guidance of a faculty member,
our practicum and internship component is designed to help you to feel academically and professionally competent prior to entering the profession.
Concentrations in both School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling for
the MA in Counseling are offered at our beautiful Rosemont College Campus in Bryn
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration for the MA in Counseling is also
offered at our partnering institution, Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA.
Licensure in Professional Counseling (LPC)
The 60-credit master's program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling prepares
students to sit for the National Counselors Examination (NCE) by offering a free version
of the examination that mirrors the content of the NCE.