The master’s program in school counseling consists of content areas in counseling including coursework in theory and techniques, appraisal, human development, research methodology, and group counseling. The school area includes coursework in foundations of school counseling, coordination and administration of school counseling programs, and applied knowledge and skills in school counseling. All students must complete a supervised practicum and internship experience. Upon successful completion of the academic requirements in the School Counseling program, the Counselor Education program will formally endorse the student for the School Counselor license and/or employment appropriate to the school counseling program.
201 McCracken Hall
Athens OH, US
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Athens and Chillicothe, Ohio campus
Program ContactDr. Yegan Pillay
Accredited Under Standards
- Graduates of this program are considered CACREP graduates beginning March 1, 1985
- Accreditation Start Date: September 1, 1986
- Accreditation Expiration: October 31, 2024
- Accreditation Status: 8 Year
The program was found to meet all standards in a satisfactory manner.