Master of Education in Counseling
The Masters of Education in Counseling program prepares students for careers in professional counseling. The program has two track, professional counseling & professional school counseling. The program’s faculty is dedicated to providing graduates a deep understanding of counseling theories, skills and techniques. Graduates will gain an understanding and awareness of the role and influence of the counselor in providing services to a diverse population and will be able to apply relevant research to broaden their knowledge of delivery and counseling services.
Click through the following video playlist to learn more about the research taking place within the Masters of Education in Counseling. To learn more about our research, including current research opportunities, please visit the Psychology, Health & Learning Sciences’ research page.
Listed below are members of the Masters of Education in Counseling faculty. To learn more about our department’s faculty, please visit the Psychological, Health & Learning Sciences’ faculty and staff page.