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Congratulations Dr. Dupre on another successful presentation at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision!!

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Dr. Dupre presented her research this fall at the SACES Conference in Baltimore, MD with Dr. Nicola Meade, Erin Cuff, and Katherina Nako. The title of their presentation was How Race, Gender, and Power Affect African-American Female Faculty Retention. 

 

Welcome to the Counseling Program at ULM!!

Now Accepting Applications for the Fall 2023 Cohort: March 15 is the Final Application Deadline

Unique Things About Our Program

100% Online

The Counseling Program at ULM is completely online. There is no residency required. We use Moodle as our learning management system in our courses and Zoom as a way to conduct synchronous learning activities and construct pre-recorded lectures.

CACREP Accredited

The Counseling Program at ULM is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs through March 2023. To read more about the benefits of accredited programs, click here.

Cost Effective

We charge $500 per credit hour, and since our program is online there is no out-of-state tuition.

Fall Cohort Model

We offer a fall cohort model that sequences coursework in a way that makes the content relevant and meaningful to the students. Foundational content is given the first year, followed by advanced clinical content and internship experiences the second year. Students may go full or part-time.

30 Electives and Focus Areas

The Counseling Program is partnering with other online programs at ULM to offer students a variety of electives that will tailor to their clinical interest. Students may take online course electives in the fields of psychology, gerontology, and marriage and family studies to expand their interdisciplinary knowledge and create possible focus areas in pediatrics, geriatrics, and marriage and family studies.

Small Class Sizes

Faculty are committed to providing students with a quality education. Many of our content courses are capped at 15 and our Practicum and Internship courses are capped at 6.

Summer Workshop

The Counseling Program provides a summer workshop that is 100% online for students who complete their first year of classes. This workshop integrates all first-year coursework and students are exposed to advanced topics in clinical mental health, school, and addiction counseling from experts in the field.

 


Need Additional Information?

Contact Dr. Thomas Foster, tfoster@ulm.edu

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