The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs, CACREP, requires that counselor education programs disseminate their outcome / vital statistics per accredited program. The following page contains the information pertinent to the success of the MA degrees in Rehabilitation Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School counseling, and the PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision.

General RCE Data

PhD Program - admissions data

  • Undergraduate GPA  - M = 3.53
  • Graduate GPA - M = 3.95
  • GRE Scores
    • Range – Verbal = 144-163
    • Range – Quant. = 140-170
    • Range - Written = 2.75-5.0

MA Programs - admission data

  • Undergraduate GPA  - M = 3.53
  • Graduate GPA - M = 3.95
  • GRE Scores
    • Range – Verbal = 142-166
    • Range – Quant. = 142-152
    • Range - Written = 3.5-5.0

Total of graduate degree applications received

  • For fall 2018 = 69
  • Accepted = 27
  • Enrolled = 24

Time to Degree

  • Rehabilitation Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling – 2 years
  • School Counseling – 2.5 years
  • PhD in counselor Education and Supervision – 4.0 – 4.5 years

MA - Rehabilitation Counseling

Accreditation

  • CORE Accredited until 2023, NO CONDITIONS
  • CACREP accredited via CORE / CACREP merger

Annual Fall Enrollment

  • 2018 - 24

Percentage of Students receiving scholarships

  • 2017-2018 – 6%

CACREP Vital Statistics

Students who completed the program

  • For the last academic year a total of 89.6% successfully completed the Rehabilitation Counseling program.

Graduates who are employed in the professional field (NOT including students who continue into a PhD)

  • A total of 83% are successfully employed after graduating from the Rehabilitation Counseling program.

Certification / Licensure passing rate

  • A total of 91.6% successfully passed a certification / licensure exam after completed the Rehabilitation Counseling program.

MA - Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Accreditation

  • CACREP – until 2018, no conditions

Annual Fall Enrollment

  • 2018 - 26

Percentage of Students receiving scholarships

  • 2017-2018 – 2%

CACREP Vital Statistics

Students who completed the program

  • For the last academic year a total of 89.6% successfully completed the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

Graduates who are employed in the professional field (NOT including students who continue into a PhD)

  • A total of 83% are successfully employed after graduating from the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

Certification / Licensure passing rate

  • A total of 91.6% successfully passed a certification / licensure exam after completed the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

MA - School Counseling

Accreditation

  • CACREP – until 2018, no conditions

Annual Fall Enrollment

  • 2018 - 25

Percentage of Students receiving scholarships

  • 2017-2018 – 1%

CACREP Vital Statistics

Students who completed the program

  • For the last academic year a total of 100% successfully completed the School Counseling program.

Graduates who are employed in the professional field (NOT including students who continue into a PhD)

  • A total of 100% are successfully employed after graduating from the School Counseling program.

Certification / Licensure passing rate

  • School counseling students are not required to take a license exam. They are, however, required to take a comprehensive exam (written and oral) to demonstrate their mastery of the knowledge and skills they have accumulated through the program classes.  In 2017, all of the school counseling students passed their comprehensive exams.
  • In the spring of their graduating year, students will being their application for a provisional IA school counseling license.
  • Students coming into their third year may also opt to take the National Board for Certified Counselors’ examination- the National Certification Exam. More information about the exam can be found on the NBCC website. Students are NOT required to take this test. The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) has announced that beginning January 1, 2022, applicants for the National Certified Counselor (NCC) credential must be graduates of a CACREP-accredited program.

PhD – Counselor Education and Supervision

Accreditation

  • CACREP – UNTIL 2018, NO CONDITIONS

Annual Fall Enrollment

  • 2018 - 23

Percentage of Students receiving scholarships

  • 2017-2018 – 100%

CACREP VITAL STATISTICS

Students who completed the program

  • For the last academic year a total of 92% successfully completed the Counselor Education and Supervision PhD program.

Graduates who are employed in the professional field.

  • A total of 100% are successfully employed after graduating from the Counselor Education and Supervision PhD program.