Advanced School Counseling, Post-Master's Certificate (Admission Suspended)
The Post-Master’s Certificate in Advanced School Counseling is currently not accepting applications for admission.
Post-Master’s Certificate programs are designed to meet practicing counselors’ needs for professional development, in response to advances and greater specialization in the profession.
The certificate is based on national accreditation standards, competency statements, and certification standards. The certificate consists of 12 semester hours of required course work (all online).
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions. Post-Master’s Certificate applicants must hold a Master’s degree in counseling.
Advanced School Counseling
In addition to the application materials required by The Graduate School, applicants should submit a complete vita/resume, a statement of professional goals in applying for this certificate, a copy of the school counseling license, and a letter of endorsement from current principal or other school administrator.
A cohort model is used in the PMC in advanced school counseling. The application deadline is December 1; cohorts begin each spring semester. Applications remain active for 1 year; if not accepted for one cohort, the application is considered for the next cohort.
The online advanced school counseling certificate is designed to allow fully licensed, practicing school counselors with at least 2 years experience as a school counselor to move from the “M” level license to the “S” level license.
Degree Program Requirements
Required: 12 credit hours
|CED 661||Group Counseling in Schools||3|
|CED 662||Multicultural Considerations in School Counseling||3|
|CED 663||School Counselors as Consultants in Educational Settings||3|
|CED 664||Advanced Contemporary Topics in School Counseling||3|