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Are you a great listener?

Do you believe in the process of change and growth? Does the thought of helping others give you a deep sense of purpose?
A career in counseling or social work may be the right path for you. Whether you see yourself in private practice or want to pursue licensure to work in a clinical or government setting, there are course options to help you power through your prerequisites so you can quickly dive into a role you love.

While a bachelor’s degree typically starts at $15,000 you can significantly lower the cost of your undergraduate education and qualify for many CPA or MBA programs for less than $10,000 with Coopersmith

I'm interested!
What are the course requirements?

The first step is fulfilling your core requirements. Explore the courses below to get started:

Requirements will vary depending on your intended career path.

For more specific guidance, call 888-910-COOP. One of our career advisors will be ready to help you figure out the best courses to take based on your area of focus.

Quick Facts

Potential Career Outcomes:

  • Licensed Psychologist
  • Life Coach
  • School Counselor
  • Social Worker

Median Pay: $70,000/yr


Job Outlook: Expected to grow 5% in 2020*