Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The Clinical Metal Health Counseling track at Malone University offers students from any undergraduate background the opportunity to pursue a career in the counseling field. Students may choose from either a hybrid format or a fully online format. Both formats offer the same curriculum and prepare students to take the board licensure exams at the conclusion of the program.

The curriculum of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program includes coursework, practicum and internships, all of which can be completed in three to three and a half years time frame. The curriculum also incorporates a variety of subject areas which gives graduates the opportunity to seek a career in either a general setting or in a more specific setting. 

Preparing you for the future

The Clinical Mental Health Counseling track prepares students to become Licensed Professional Counselors who may serve in a mental health agency, substance abuse treatment center, hospital, school, church, and in other professional settings.

Graduates of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program have a board licensure pass rate of 93-100% within the past five years and the employment rate upon completion of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program is 99%

It is our goal to make sure our graduates leave with the best possible knowledge, training, and skills so that they may be able to move forward into their careers with ease. 

View course curriculum

Each course and its description is listed in the official Academic Catalog

catalog buttonsOnce in the catalog, you can use the buttons (pictured left) located at the upper right of the page to plan your courses, save courses to your own personalized catalog, print them, and more! 

Emily Indorf '14, LPC

CMHC Graduate

“If you are considering Malone, you will not regret your decision. The Christian atmosphere, the community, the education, and the genuine professors & staff really make your experience well worth it…