The MAED School Psychology w/ Pupil Personnel Services Credential degree is for education professionals who aspire to become school Psychologists serving students in grades K – 12 and school districts in the state of California.
The school counseling program offers candidates the opportunity to engage in courses focused on research-based foundational theory, skill development and practical experiences needed to serve diverse student populations.
For current teachers or professionals who want to earn a Master of Arts degree in School Counseling.
This program prepares graduates with the professional knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to address the wide variety of complex issues and empower diverse populations to promote optimal wellness and growth.
The School Counseling Program is designed to prepare graduates who are competent to work as school counselors in elementary, middle school, and high school settings.
The School Counseling Program is designed to prepare graduates who are competent to work as school counselors in elementary, middle school and high school settings. The program of study meets all licensure requirements for the State of Missouri.
This program equips certified Pennsylvania Educators with knowledge about social-emotional wellness, behavioral and mental health literacy, and the characteristics and impact of adverse childhood experiences, trauma and mental illness on PK-12 students.