The MSUM Counseling & Student Affairs (CNSA) program emphasizes the integration of counseling and developmental theories with interpersonal skill development. It has a generalist orientation, but can be individualized to meet each student’s needs. The program provides extensive practical experience through a practicum and internship. It can be complete full-time (maintaining 6-9 credits per semester) in two years or part time students have up to five years. Through the program, students develop core helping skills and engage in concentrated study in one of three degree emphases, each of which has specialized accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
See all the Counseling & Student Affairs degree options
Enrich your life! Take advantage of a robust and varied schedule of activities from arts to lectures and readings. Whether your interests are social or recreational there is a place for you at MSUM.
Learn about all the Counseling & Student Affairs department program opportunities