MSCJS/MSMHC Dual Degree
Whether you choose to work in the private or public sector, our program will help you serve populations in need and treat issues holistically. Your crime and justice courses will allow you to explore the causes, contexts, and policies that can lead to or exacerbate mental illness. In your counseling courses, you will learn to assess, diagnose, and treat individuals and groups with various mental health issues. You’ll complete the mental health curriculum full-time, and may pursue the crime & justice studies curriculum full- or part-time.
Applications are for Fall semester only.
February 1 (Round 1) with all materials in by February 10.
April 1 (Round 2) with all materials in by April 10, then rolling on a space-available basis.
- Completed online application
- $50 application fee (waived for students who visit campus)
- Goal statement (essay)
- Two letters of recommendation (Learn more)
- All official transcripts from any college or university attended
- Interview by invitation
- Official GRE scores (Note: Testing requirements vary by program, and some students may qualify for a waiver. Learn more.)
- Official TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE-Academic scores (international students only)
Paying for Graduate School
|Cost Per Credit (2019-2020)
for part-time students
|% of Students Receiving Financial Aid Per Year
|Average Financial Aid Awarded Per Year||$19,917|