School Counseling

The School Counseling program prepares students to provide individual and small group counseling, classroom guidance, and consulting services to teachers, parents, families, and other professionals. It is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Overview

The profession of school counseling is committed to enhancing the academic, career, social, and personal development of all children and adolescents in schools by preparing graduates with counseling, consulting, and coordinating skills; generating knowledge about effective helping strategies and interventions; and leading the profession within the state and the nation. The program is committed to providing its students with training that celebrates diversity and increases multicultural sensitivity in counseling practice and comprehensive program design.

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Contact

Program Coordinator

Prospective Student Inquiries:
Please visit the School Counseling M.A. Inquiry Contact List to get in touch with a faculty member.