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Counseling Academic Unit program chair and professor of counseling education , Kok-Mun Ng. He is seated and smiling while talking to a person seated across from him.

Behind the scenes with Kok-Mun Ng, Counseling Academic Unit program chair

Kok-Mun Ng believes that a counselor never stops learning. As the Counseling Academic Unit program chair and a professor of counseling education, he has modeled constant growth for Oregon State students since 2013.

A photo of the Oregon State University campus with a text overlay that reads "100 years of counselor education."

100 years of making an impact

One hundred years. A full century. That’s how long Oregon State University has made a commitment to training students to become world-class counselors who make a positive difference in the lives of others.

A group of clinical mental health students are seated in a circle in a large and open room.

New ‘hybrid’ clinical mental health master’s degree addresses national need for counselors

In response to a rising need for more mental health counselors, Oregon State University is offering a new hybrid degree program designed for working professionals.