Post-Graduate Courses

School of Adult & Continuing Education

Program Detail

DELIVERY: Face-to-Face and Online

ACCELERATED or TRADITIONAL: Traditional                         

SCHEDULE: Saturday and Weeknight Evening

LENGTH: 1-2 Semesters

CREDITS: 12 Credits        

ENROLLMENT CYCLES: Fall/August and Spring/January

Brenda J. Byrd, Class of 2010

The Internship class allowed me to gain additional experience in my field while building lifelong professional relationships. My second class, Assessment, allowed me to gain knowledge about the DSM-5 and how to become an effective clinician.  These classes have been instrumental in my professional growth and development as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I have already recommended several of my peers to take these classes to move closer to obtaining their LPC.  

Degree: Master of Human Services

Brenda J. Byrd, Class of 2010

Course Listing

  • HUS 662 Applications of Clinical Assessment and Testing
  • HUS 672 Psychopathology
  • HUS 682 Career Counseling
  • HUS 692 Counseling Internship:  Supervised Counseling in Human Service Settings

Admission Requirements

Applicants must be graduates of the Master of Human Services program after 2009 for admission consideration.

Tuition and Fees

Lincoln University’s tuition and fees are set annually by the university and remain affordable and competitive.

2020–2021 Academic Year

  • Pennsylvania Resident: $567 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State Resident: $949 per credit hour

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Meet the Faculty

James Wadley, Ph.D., L.P.C., ACS, NCC, IMHF, CSTS – Chair and Associate Professor