Biscayne College, the home of Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, and Counseling, is composed of the Department of English and Humanities; the Department of History, Philosophy, and Global Studies; the Department of Social Sciences and Counseling; the Institute for World Languages; and the University Honors Program.
The Mission of Biscayne College is to empower students as future leaders and career professionals who will make a difference in life. Through teaching, scholarship, and service in the Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the College cultivates in its students the knowledge to advance human values including peace, justice, and spirituality.
Biscayne College remains committed to a rigorous liberal arts and professional education. It provides individualized attention to the nurturing of students and gives them the tools, academic record, and confidence to succeed in graduate school or law school. The College offers students practical leadership training through participation isciplinary and international programs. The small classes emphasize face-toface instruction and small group social interaction.
Biscayne College offers Master of Science (MS) degrees in three areas: Guidance and Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. Joint degree programs include JD/MSMFC, and MSM/Justice Administration, along with numerous Certificate Programs and Minor Programs.
Graduate Counseling Admissions Application Deadlines
|Fall (August - December)
||2nd week of July
|2nd Week of August
|Spring (January - May)
||Last Week of October
|2nd Week of November
|Summer (May - August)
||Last Week of March
|2nd Week of April