Whether you are pursuing a Master's or Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision or a career as a professional school counselor or mental health counselor, the University of Wyoming may be the place for you!
We welcome those who enjoy small-class environments, intensive class discussions, and opportunities for self-direction, self-reflection, and scholarly activity. Our faculty members encourage and support both the self-examination and growth of our students and the development of state-of-the-art, research-based counseling competencies. Our programs promote creativity, divergent thinking, and experiential learning amid a community atmosphere, in which informal faculty and student interactions are the norm.
Master's and doctoral programs at the University of Wyoming are CACREP accredited. Read more about our accreditation.
Students who are applying for a doctoral program are eligible to receive monetary support for visiting UW and faculty in Laramie. Up to $300 is available for out-of-state students and up to $50 is available for in-state students.
Six UW faculty specialize in Counseling. Learn more about faculty members and their specific research interests.
Click here to read the variety of publications by the UW Counseling faculty.
Click here to read through the learner outcomes for the MS and PhD programs.
Click here for a list of required courses, forms, handbooks, and other Counseling student resources.