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Our Counseling and Forensic & Legal Psychology Programs offer the skills and experience needed to effect positive change, a location with easy access to internships, and a well-rounded faculty. 

Counseling and Forensic & Legal Psychology Graduate Programs
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.)
Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Forensic & Legal Psychology (M.A./M.A.)
Forensic & Legal Psychology with Intelligence Studies Concentration (M.A.)
Forensic & Legal Psychology (M.A.)
School Counseling (M.A.)
Pastoral Mental Health Counseling (M.A.)

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For questions about graduate programs, applying, or financial aid, contact one of our Graduate Enrollment Coordinators! If you're interested in our Forensic & Legal Psychology programs, you can contact Paige:

For questions about our Counseling programs, you can contact Katie: 

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Counseling (M.A.)

Marymount's counseling programs have earned the school numerous national and international awards. The M.A. in Counseling offers specializations in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Counseling with Forensic & Legal Psychology. 


  • CACREP licensure-track
  • Complete coursework needed for licensure as a professional counselor (LPC) in 60 credit hours
  • Eligible to sit for National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) exam toward end of the program of study

Forensic and Legal Psychology with Intelligence Studies Concentration (M.A.)

This program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to be competitive in the intelligence community and the private-sector companies that support it. Individuals are required to secure an internship in the intelligence community and complete the following five courses:


  • FLP 570 - The Intelligence Community: Theory, Process, Challenges
  • FLP 571 - Intelligence Analysis I
  • FLP 572 - Intelligence Analysis II
  • FLP 573 - Counterintelligence
  • Choose from four electives listed here

Forensic and Legal Psychology (M.A.)

This program is interdisciplinary and combines study in sociology, criminal justice, policy, and law, in addition to the many subfields of psychology. MU integrates its alliances with agencies such as the FBI, NCIS, and the Department of Justice through site visits, courtroom observations, field research, internships, and distinguished speakers. The program addresses questions and issues such as:


  • The origins of criminal behavio
  • Problems with eyewitness testimony
  • The origins of terrorism
  • Evaluation and treatment of offenders
  • The effectiveness of trial consultation