Mental Health:  A Program Review

Student demand is booming for Mental Health programs; it is growing faster than 95% of academic programs.  But, how intense is competition?  Will there be jobs and decent wages for graduates?  Could this program make sense for you?  For answers, please watch our analysis below.

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