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.
The program in School Guidance Counseling is designed to prepare candidates for MA state licensure as a School Guidance Counselor. After completing course requirements, the individual chooses the practicum experience on the level for which they intend to pursue licensure. Emphasis is on the development of effective counseling, assessment skills, consultation, transition planning, and collaboration skills.
This program is designed to prepare educators for a role as a practitioner in the school setting with those skills necessary for work with community agencies and the juvenile court system.
This program is for experienced educators with at least two years teaching experience in an accredited school who are interested in becoming a school counselor.
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.
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.