WSU to Host Virtual Information Session for Two Master’s Programs

A virtual information session for Westfield State University’s (WSU) master’s degrees in counseling and applied behavior analysis will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 11 a.m. via Zoom. Individuals interested in careers as behavior analysts, clinicians, family and marriage counselors, and guidance or adjustment counselors should consider attending to learn how a graduate degree could help them attain one of these career paths. The Department of Psychology offers a 60-credit graduate program designed to serve the student who plans to enter the applied fields of counseling or psychology after receiving the master of arts degree. Students may follow one of four specialized tracks: school counseling, school-adjustment counseling, forensic mental-health counseling, and mental-health counseling.

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