Colorado Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs
Colorado Graduate Counseling Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs
University of Northern Colorado
The University of Northern Colorado was founded as a teachers' school in 1889. It is a public institution that offers nearly 50 graduate programs.
This is a master's degree program, with an option for an elected addition of Couples and Family Therapy.
This is a PhD program accredited by the American Psychological Association. Students learn the practice of counseling, as well as research.
This is a master's program featuring abnormal psychology, fundamentals of school counseling, theories, and assessments.
- Address: 501 20th Street, Greeley, CO 80639
- Phone: 970-351-2831
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
This is a public research university, founded in 1965, and is part of the University of Colorado system.
This master's program prepares students to be elementary and secondary school counselors. Graduates will be trained to design and manage broad systems of developmental school guidance.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
This is a master's program preparing students for career in professional counseling and consultation. Students learn principles of psychology in the areas of human development, learning theories, group dynamics, and diagnosis of mental illness.
- Address: College of Education, 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
- Phone: 719-255-4526
Colorado State University
Founded in 1870, Colorado State University is one of the nation's leading research universities.
Students may pursue a master's degree or PhD. The program prepares students for a career in private practice or community service psychology.
Master's and doctoral courses allow students to prepare for careers as school counselors in grades K-12.
This is a program for master's degree and PhD. Students are prepared to pursue careers in government and/or private practice.
- Address: 209 Education Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523
- Phone: 970-491-6317