School Counseling Program

The School Counseling master’s degree prepares graduates to become school counselors for students in grades Pre-K-12.

Students who successfully complete this School Counseling coursework can apply for licensure as a school counselor in most states.

Through classroom and experiential learning opportunities, this master’s degree teaches students to develop a comprehensive school counseling program using the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National model.

This career includes supporting students’ academic, career, and social emotional development so they reach their personal goals and aspirations as adults.


The Counselor Education programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Students are prepared for exams and requirements to earn respective counseling licensure after they graduate. 

Learn more about the licensure process:

Ready to Apply?

Learn more about the Counselor Education application process and admissions criteria.

Dr. Anquinetta Calhoun
School Counseling Program Director, Assistant Professor

Helble Hall 349