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  • June 15
    No. Federal financial aid is not available for non-degree graduate programs. However, if students are currently enrolled in a master’s or educational specialist degree counseling program, and have elective courses in their programs, they may be able to apply financial aid to some Certificate courses.  For more information, visit the Financial Aid webpage: Non-degree, licensure, and certificate programs 
  • June 15
    Full requirements are available on the Admissions website.
  • June 15
    If you have already been accepted into a master’s or educational specialist degree program at Lewis & Clark, you may use an abbreviated application process for the Ecopsychology  certificate. Contact your advisor for information and the form.

    If you are not a current Lewis & Clark student, you must apply to the program and be accepted. Full details are available from the admissions office.
  • June 15
    • Students in Lewis & Clark Counseling Psychology department programs can add the 8-credit certificate to their degree program. Students in the Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy program can choose to enroll in an Ecopsychology Track. Some of the Ecopsychology certificate courses may also serve as electives for program completion.  CPSY students should discuss this possibility with their advisors.
    • Students undertaking comparable master’s degrees at other institutions who are admitted into the certificate program.
    • Alumni of Lewis & Clark graduate programs who are admitted to the certificate program.
    • Master’s or doctoral level graduates from other institutions with accredited programs who are admitted into the certificate program.

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    • Students in Lewis & Clark Counseling Psychology department programs (add a 10-credit certificate to their degree program)
    • Students undertaking comparable counseling degrees at other institutions.
    • Alumni of Lewis & Clark Counseling Psychology programs leading to licensure in counseling
    • Master’s level graduates from other institutions with accredited counseling programs
    • Other students: Please contact one of the Certificate Coordinators
  • If you have already been accepted into a master’s or educational specialist degree program at Lewis & Clark, you may elect to “add” the Ecopsychology in Counseling certificate to your degree.

    If you are not a current Lewis & Clark student, you must apply to the program and be accepted. Full details are available from the admissions office.

  • Admission requirements for the certificate include good standing in a Counseling Psychology department program and completion of prerequisites for individual certificate courses. Full requirements are available on the Admissions website.

  • No. Federal financial aid is not currently available for non-degree graduate programs. However, if students are currently enrolled in a master’s or educational specialist degree counseling program, and have elective courses in their programs, they may be able to apply financial aid to some Certificate courses.

    For more information, visit the Student Financial Services webpage: https://www.lclark.edu/offices/student_financial_services/grad/process_special/

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