About this course
The MEd in School Counseling is designed to educate you in the profession’s history, developmental and counseling theory, and research and best practices ― with the goal of preparing you for professional excellence in the field of counseling. This process is facilitated by a faculty that strives to model a teaching/learning environment suitable for learners of diverse backgrounds, learning preferences, and life experiences, so that you will be able to serve all students in the school setting. Faculty and students seek to model love, honesty, integrity, compassion, self-discipline, congruence, redemption, commitment, and community.
- Application and $50 application processing fee.
- Copy of teaching certificate, front and back; if applicable.
- Official transcript(s) from each college/university attended.
- If your degree is not from a U.S. college or university, please arrange for your transcript to be evaluated by an accredited transcript evaluation company such as FIS or WES. Have the report forwarded directly to Graduate Admissions.
- Personal statement, including long-term professional goals (maximum of 500 words)
- Two letters of recommendation
- Moral Character and Personal Fitness Policy form (found in the online application).
- Character and Fitness Supplement form (found in the online application).