University of Wisconsin-Madison
Map 500 Lincoln Dr, Madison, WI 53706-1380» 608-262-1234 » www.wisc.eduThe University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Counseling Psychology offers graduates the chance to continue their study by undertaking either a Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology or a Masters Degree in Counseling specializing in Community Counseling. Graduates from these programs can go on to study further into certain specialized fields or take their career to a much higher level. Past graduates have gone on to become top level career professionals in a varied range of areas. The department strives to include multicultural and diverse aspects into all of it's courses and continues to deliver it's expertise and research findings to students and partners around the world.
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Psychology Degrees Offered:
- Master's Training in Counseling
- Ph.D. Training in Counseling Psychology
- PhD Clinical Psychology
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- Campus Setting: City - Midsize
- Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 18 to 1
- Total Enrollment: 11968
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CategoryUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison has programs in the following specializations: Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology.
LocationUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison has campus locations in: Wisconsin
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