• Student walking on McNichols Campus during the fall

Your Boundless Future Awaits!



Two groups of three students look at their psychology books while instructors/faculty stand behind them and offer assistance.

November 16, 2023

UDM's Ignite scholarship addresses growing need for master’s-level psychologists

Detroit Mercy's Ignite Scholarship, provides qualified students with significant financial assistance for the three-year program which prepares individuals to become master’s-level psychological practitioners or to pursue additional graduate study.

An aerial image of the Briggs Building (and other buildings on the McNichols Campus), which is home to the College of Liberal Arts & Education

November 15, 2023

Accelerated Bachelor of Social Work option aimed at community college transfer students

The Full-time Accelerated Social Work Transfer (FAST) option is the first of its kind in Michigan, featuring three consecutive semesters of seven-week modules and intersession courses that can be taken online, in-person or through a hybrid method.

Jeremiah Steen speaks at a podium.

November 10, 2023

Communications student earns honor from governor's office

Senior Communications major Jeremiah Steen received the Spirit of Hope Award from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Community Service Commission for his commitment to volunteerism, service or philanthropy.

Image showing Wall Street Journal Rankings Badge and US News & World Report Rankings Badges for National Universities and Best Value Universities

Browse Our Programs

Open All | Close All

View Undergraduate & Graduate Catalogs

Program curriculum, course descriptions and faculty biography for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Two female students sitting in a classroom with other students smiling

Future Students

The College of Liberal Arts & Education offers more than 35 undergraduate majors, minors and certificates in addition to 15 graduate programs. Explore your passion today.

Start Exploring Our Programs

Four students smiling

Current Students

See what student organizations are available to join. Connect with us on social media. Read the student handbook, access student resources and more!

Student Organizations, College Policies & More

Students who are graduates wearing their graduation attire and regalia


Connect with Forever Titans, a place where alumni give and expand their professional network. Obtain a transcript, audit our classes or view Alumni Hall of Honor. 

News and Events for CLAE Graduates

Learning, Serving and Strengthening Our Community

Psychology Clinic

photo of a male/femle couple on the couch speaking with a counselor

The Psychology Clinic is a teaching clinic, for doctoral students of clinical psychology. The clinic provides counseling, testing and assessment services including:

  • Individual and couples therapy
  • Emotional issues such as anger and grief
  • Assessment for learning problems and gifted children
  • Sorting through sources of stress
Service fees are on a sliding scale.

Psychology Clinic

Counseling Clinic

photo of people in a group engaged in conversation

The Counseling Clinic is a teaching clinic, primarily for second-year counseling students. The clinic specializes in a wide variety of clinical issues for children and adults, such as:

  • Grief and loss
  • Anger/emotion management
  • Decision making
  • Life transitions/family issues
Services are available at no cost.

Counseling Clinic