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Continuing Education and Non-Degree Courses

Continuing Education and Non-Degree Courses Options

Some people are curious about pursuing a degree in counseling or need continuing education coursework for their license (LPC or LPCC). The Graduate School of Professional Psychology offers non-degree coursework and continuing education options to meet these needs.

Non-degree students considering the field of counseling psychology may take up to nine credits. If admitted into the MA program at St. Thomas, students can apply those credits to their MA in Counseling Psychology.

Licensees (LPC/LPCC) in Minnesota pursuing continuing education credits will enjoy convenient and flexible scheduling with evening and weekend classes, instruction by core and adjunct faculty who practice in the field of mental health, and the opportunity to strengthen their networks by connecting with diverse students, faculty, and alumni. Students must be enrolled in or have graduated from an MA Program in Counseling or related field. 


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(651) 962-4650

Learning Options

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Continuing Education

Licensees (LPC or LPCC) needing to complete graduate-level coursework for the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) can meet this requirement by enrolling in a wide array of courses.

Continuing Education
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Non-Degree Studies

Not sure if you want to pursue an advanced degree? No problem. You can enroll in a number of non-degree courses first and go from there.

Non-Degree Studies

Why St. Thomas?

Year-Round Courses

With the understanding that life is busy, we want to know what works for you and then find the right courses to accommodate your schedule.

Evening and Weekend Courses to Fit Your Life

With evening and weekend courses, you'll be able to continue working or complete a practicum while completing your education.

Get Involved

Enhance your experience in groups for counseling psychology students, like the Graduate Student Organization and the Students of Color, Multiracial and Indigenous Students (SOCMI) group.