The Counseling Department at Mesa Community College provides a variety of counseling services to assist students in addressing their personal, academic, and career development.
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New Associate in Arts (AA) Degree, Emphasis in Counseling and Applied Psychological Science
MCC now offers an Associate in Arts with Emphasis in Counseling and Applied Psychological Science degree. The new program provides the first two years of a four-year curriculum for students wishing to specialize in counseling and applied psychological science or who are preparing for graduate programs in counseling or related fields. The curriculum includes a foundation in counseling theories, counseling skills, career and lifespan development, ethics and research methods and multicultural competence.
Counseling Services include:
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I have a personal concern that is interfering with my achievements. Things are not going right for me. I am shy and I need to talk to a professional counselor in confidence.
What field of interest should I select? What degree should I obtain? I am struggling with a course. What can I do? How do I master math and science?
I am changing careers; can I apply my skills in another field of interest? I have been a homemaker for a long time. What’s my place in the world of work? What is available to me?
How can I best explore my interest? How can I better handle the stress and challenges? I panic on tests. How can I stop sabotaging myself? My inner dialogue is too negative.
Ask Us About
- Academic Counseling
- Academic Intervention
- AOD Compliance
- Career Counseling
- Classroom Instruction
- Community Referral Services
- Conflict Resolution
- Career Development
- Crisis Response
- First Year Experience
- Life Skill Facilitation
- Math Success Workshops
- Peervention Volunteers
- Assist with identifying difficulties
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Workshops upon Request
Counseling faculty support and empower students in the process of setting and attaining their academic, career, and personal goals.
We offer inclusive support services and learning opportunities to enhance our diverse students’ experience to successfully achieve personal, educational and career goals. Our students are provided quality educational experiences and best-practices support services in order to make positive contributions in their communities.