M.A. Counseling Psychology Visiting Day

Counseling Psychology

Saturday, June 28, 2014
Cincinnati, Ohio & Brattleboro, Vermont

Join students, faculty, and staff to learn how the Master of Arts with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology (M.A.P.) program can further your education and career. RSVP to Lauren by June 27, 2014 at lauren.wenstrup@myunion.edu or (513) 487-1269.

Cincinnati Schedule
9:30-10:30am – Meet and greet, information session
10:30am-12:00pm – Optional classroom participation
12:00pm-Optional lunch provided

Union Institute & University
Cincinnati Academic Center
440 E. McMillan St.
Cincinnati, OH 45206-1925

Brattleboro Schedule

9:45-10:30am – Program overview with faculty, staff and current student
10:30am-12:00pm – Optional classroom participation
12-1:00pm - Lunch on your own
1:00-2:30pm – Optional classroom participation

Union Institute & University
New England Academic Center
28 Vernon Street, Suite 210
Brattleboro, VT 05301-3669

Master of Arts with a Concentration in Counseling Psychology Highlights:
• Hybrid Delivery: online and one weekend residency per term (3/year) at Union Institute & University headquarters
• Curriculum includes 60 credit hours and an internship
• Individualized attention from faculty and staff
• Attend full-time or part-time
• Now offering a Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling

Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Union Institute & University offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degree programs designed for adults seeking to make a difference in their own lives and within their communities. Since its inception in 1964, the university has offered specialized distance-learning programs that combine online and classroom coursework with high-touch faculty attention, designed for students no matter where they live and work. Union’s flexible delivery models, combined with its focus on social relevance, distinguish it from the other universities by providing not only online classes, but also brief residencies, face-to-face small classroom settings, and a hybrid model, all emphasizing relevant and transformative coursework taught by more than 400 faculty/scholar-practitioners.