The Department of Counseling and Psychology at Tennessee Tech offers a variety of graduate programs designed to prepare you for exciting and challenging careers. We offer both Master's (M.A.) and educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degrees in most of our majors. Many of our programs lead to professional licensure in both school and private settings.
The majority of our graduate courses are offered in the evening and at night to accommodate students currently employed in the educational or professional settings.
Our department is composed of faculty from diverse backgrounds who attempt to embrace acceptance of a broad range of personal viewpoints, as well as theories of psychology and counseling. We believe that our greatest strength is our commitment to students and assisting them in meeting their educational goals. Students in our programs are afforded the special opportunity to work in collaboration with faculty to accomplish their educational goals.
Information about graduate admission along with an online application can be found at the Office of Enrollment Management web site, http://www.tntech.edu/graduatestudies/future/ . The Office of Graduate Studies can be reached at (931) 372-3233. Information about graduate assistantships and financial aid for graduate studies can be found at http://www.tntech.edu/graduatestudies/financial/
Case managers and supervisors provide resource and referral information to clients and offer direct service management for clients involved with medical issues, human services, family functioning, mental health, educational entities, the legal system and a variety of other service needs. This program will provide the competencies and experiences needed to work within this capacity in agencies or institutions.
Degree offered: M.A.