MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING

Earn a Master of Arts in Psychology

 

The 42-unit Master of Arts in Psychology – Multicultural Counseling (MCC) is designed for individuals who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in mental health but whose baccalaureate degree is in an unrelated field as well as those who are returning to school after a long gap. This program is an excellent way for human services professionals to update and upgrade their training. The program is also suitable for international students desiring a solid introduction to mental health care.

In our globally connected world, psychology professionals must be prepared to work with a wide variety of cultural identities. With its focus on both Western and Eastern contributions to psychology, UWest’s Multicultural Counseling degree is uniquely positioned to fill this need.

Graduates of UWest’s MA Psychology – MCC program are:

  • Grounded in Recovery-Oriented Practice
  • Well-practiced at making ethical decisions from the overlapping lenses of multiculturalism and Buddhist psychology
  • Trained in the fundamentals of Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples
  • Experienced in conducting risk assessments and creating safety plans for suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, child abuse, and intimate partner violence

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Fill out the simple form below to speak with an Admissions Counselor today!

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(855) 468-9378

SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

 

90% of our students currently receive some form of aid.

 

At UWest, we are committed to providing a high-quality education at a low price. From tuition waivers to scholarships, our dedication to providing exceptional financial aid services starts with your eligibility. As part of our mission to be accessible to students of all backgrounds, we will work together with you and your family to ensure the most affordable and valuable college experience possible.

UWest offers one of the lowest tuition rates of any private University in the nation, one-third the cost of many of the other private schools in Southern California.

MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING

Earn a Master of Arts in Psychology

 

The 42-unit Master of Arts in Psychology – Multicultural Counseling (MCC) is designed for individuals who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in mental health but whose baccalaureate degree is in an unrelated field as well as those who are returning to school after a long gap. This program is an excellent way for human services professionals to update and upgrade their training. The program is also suitable for international students desiring a solid introduction to mental health care.

In our globally connected world, psychology professionals must be prepared to work with a wide variety of cultural identities. With its focus on both Western and Eastern contributions to psychology, UWest’s Multicultural Counseling degree is uniquely positioned to fill this need.

Graduates of UWest’s MA Psychology – MCC program are:

  • Grounded in Recovery-Oriented Practice
  • Well-practiced at making ethical decisions from the overlapping lenses of multiculturalism and Buddhist psychology
  • Trained in the fundamentals of Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples
  • Experienced in conducting risk assessments and creating safety plans for suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, child abuse, and intimate partner violence

LEARN MORE

Fill out the simple form below to speak with an Admissions Counselor today!

CALL US

(855) 468-9378

SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

 

90% of our students currently receive some form of aid.

 

At UWest, we are committed to providing a high-quality education at a low price. From tuition waivers to scholarships, our dedication to providing exceptional financial aid services starts with your eligibility. As part of our mission to be accessible to students of all backgrounds, we will work together with you and your family to ensure the most affordable and valuable college experience possible.

UWest offers one of the lowest tuition rates of any private University in the nation, one-third the cost of many of the other private schools in Southern California.