Ranked 2nd in NationGrantHonors Day 2015Dr. Randy DavisDr. Dorothy SiskDonna SheperisDr. Ruth MooreDr. Brande FlamezDr. Rebecca Weinbaum

The Lamar University Online M.Ed. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is ranked 2nd in the nation.

The grant was awarded to train child and adolescent mental health counselors. 

Congratulations Brandon, Clarisa, Rachel, Mary, and Isanely.

Congratulations, Dr. Davis. Thank you for your commitment to social justice and advocacy.

Dr. Sisk also received lifetime achievement awards from the American Creativity Association and the World Council for Gifted and Talented.

Thank you for leadership and hard work, Dr. Sheperis.

Thank you for your leadership and service, Dr. Moore.

Congratulations, Dr. Flamez. We appreciate your leadership and advocacy.

Congratulations. Thank you for your devotion to our students!

If you are visiting our page as a prospective student, you should know that our faculty members and alumni are involved in shaping the face of counseling, special education,gifted education, and second language education. Currently, our faculty members are conducting research and service activities at the international, national, state, and local levels.

We hope you will consider becoming a part of our programs and helping to continue a tradition of excellence. We have several career or professional programs available at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Undergraduate

Special Education

Graduate

Clinical Mental Health Counseling 
- (Online / On-Campus)
School Counseling
Special Education (Generalist, Autism, or Educational Diagnostician)

Certificates

(16 credit hours)

Counseling and Development