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Graduate Counseling Program Partnerships


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Rosemont College maintains strategic partnerships with other institutions in the Philadelphia region to expand and strengthen our program.

Degree Options:

  • MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus
  • MA in Counseling, School Counseling (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus

Details:

  • Rolling admissions basis.
  • Classes run in traditional 14-week semesters.
  • Fall, spring, and summer semester start dates.
  • Evening classes, Monday-Thursday: 5:15 – 7:15 p.m. or 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
  • 25% tuition discount to undergraduate psychology students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

Admissions Requirements:

  • Free online application.
  • Official undergraduate transcript from Cedar Crest College, along with transcripts for any transfer credits.
  • Please complete a personal statement (450 – 500 words) describing:
    • (a) Your passion(s) for the profession and the populations and/or demographics(s) you aspire to help through counseling services.
    • (b) How you intend to develop meaningful relationships with these population(s) and/or demographics within the counseling relationship in both in-person and telemental health formats? 
    • (c) What personal biases or multicultural challenges may you encounter when working with these population(s) and/or demographics(s) as well as how you may overcome them to become an effective counseling professional.
    • (d) Describe the format of your undergraduate program (i.e. online courses, in-person courses, etc.) and discuss your potential for success in both online and in-person courses.  

Letters of Recommendation:

  • One professional letter of recommendation.

Email written documents to admissions@shadleysoapstone.com

Degree Options:

  • MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus
  • MA in Counseling, School Counseling (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus

Details:

  • Rolling admissions basis.
  • Classes run in traditional 14 week semesters.
  • Fall, spring, and summer semester start dates.
  • Evening classes, Monday-Thursday: 5:15 – 7:15 p.m. or 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
  • 25% tuition discount to undergraduate psychology students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

Admissions Requirements:

  • Free online application.
  • Official undergraduate transcript from Bryn Athyn, along with transcripts for any transfer credits.
  • Please complete a personal statement (450 – 500 words) describing:
    • (a) Your passion(s) for the profession and the populations and/or demographics(s) you aspire to help through counseling services.
    • (b) How you intend to develop meaningful relationships with these population(s) and/or demographics within the counseling relationship in both in-person and telemental health formats? 
    • (c) What personal biases or multicultural challenges may you encounter when working with these population(s) and/or demographics(s) as well as how you may overcome them to become an effective counseling professional.
    • (d) Describe the format of your undergraduate program (i.e. online courses, in-person courses, etc.) and discuss your potential for success in both online and in-person courses.  
  • Letters of Recommendation:

    • One professional letter of recommendation.

Email written documents to admissions@shadleysoapstone.com

Degree Options:

  • MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus
  • MA in Counseling, School Counseling (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus

Details:

  • Rolling admissions basis.
  • Classes run in traditional 14-week semesters.
  • Fall, spring, and summer semester start dates.
  • Evening classes, Monday-Thursday: 5:15 – 7:15 p.m. or 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
  • 25% tuition discount to undergraduate psychology students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

Admissions Requirements:

  • Free online application.
  • Official Keystone College transcript, along with transcripts for any transfer credits.
  • Please complete a personal statement (450 – 500 words) describing:
    • (a) Your passion(s) for the profession and the populations and/or demographics(s) you aspire to help through counseling services.
    • (b) How you intend to develop meaningful relationships with these population(s) and/or demographics within the counseling relationship in both in-person and telemental health formats? 
    • (c) What personal biases or multicultural challenges may you encounter when working with these population(s) and/or demographics(s) as well as how you may overcome them to become an effective counseling professional.
    • (d) Describe the format of your undergraduate program (i.e. online courses, in-person courses, etc.) and discuss your potential for success in both online and in-person courses.  
  • Letters of Recommendation:
    • One professional letter of recommendation.

Email written documents to admissions@shadleysoapstone.com

Degree Options:

  • MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus
  • MA in Counseling, School Counseling (60 Credits).
    • Offered at the Rosemont College campus

Details:

  • Rolling admissions basis.
  • Classes run in traditional 14-week semesters.
  • Fall, spring, and summer semester start dates.
  • Evening classes, Monday-Thursday: 5:15 – 7:15 p.m. or 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
  • 25% tuition discount to undergraduate psychology students with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

Admissions Requirements:

  • Free online application.
  • Official Widener transcript, along with transcripts for any transfer credits.
  • Please complete a personal statement (450 – 500 words) describing:
    • (a) Your passion(s) for the profession and the populations and/or demographics(s) you aspire to help through counseling services.
    • (b) How you intend to develop meaningful relationships with these population(s) and/or demographics within the counseling relationship in both in-person and telemental health formats?  
    • (c) What personal biases or multicultural challenges may you encounter when working with these population(s) and/or demographics(s) as well as how you may overcome them to become an effective counseling professional.
    • (d) Describe the format of your undergraduate program (i.e. online courses, in-person courses, etc.) and discuss your potential for success in both online and in-person courses.  
  • Letters of Recommendation:
    • One professional letter of recommendation.

Email written documents to admissions@shadleysoapstone.com