Department of Human Development Counseling
Graduates of the program help persons as individuals, couples, or as members of a family.
All HDC graduate students can apply for an assistantship which provides our graduate students a unique way to help with the cost of their degree. Both types of our assistantship programs are set up to be more than just a tuition waiver and paycheck; our assistantship programs offer real-world, resume’ building experience.
The Department of Human Development Counseling currently includes five full-time faculty members, one clinical instructor, one emeritus professor, an associated faculty member, and three adjunct instructors. Read More »