|Completion Time:||3 years *|
|Cost Per Year:||In state: $6,230 / Out of State: $8,950|
|Complete Program Cost:||In state: $18,691 / Out of State: $26,851|
* Based on 2 classes per semester including summer
The purpose of the M.Ed. in College Counseling and Student Affairs is to prepare individuals for professional counseling and administrative positions in student services departments at a college or university. Potential places of employment for graduates of this program include; residence life and student housing, admissions and student orientation, financial aid, college unions, student activities, recreational sports, individual and group advising, career services, general student services, and other student and academic support programs. The curricular focus emphasizes student development theory and practice, the development of leadership management and organizational development skills, and practical aspects of practice (practicum and internship).
Applicants to the M.Ed. in College Counseling and Student Affairs are required to submit a letter of application prior to admission to the program.
- Our graduates can communicate effectively.
- Our graduates are prepared to be personally and socially responsible citizens.
- Our graduates can think critically, solve problems, and make informed decisions.
- Our graduates can use technology effectively in their fields.
- Our graduates have content knowledge in their chosen fields and the necessary skills to be successful.
|Research (3 credit hours)|
|EDUC 6003||Educational Research|
|Core Courses (27 credit hours)|
|COUN 6403||Introduction to the Counseling Profession|
|COUN 6413||Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Counseling|
|COUN 6423||Counseling Theories|
|COUN 6433||Basic Counseling Skills|
|COUN 6443||Group Counseling|
|COUN 6453||Human Development for Helping Professionals|
|COUN 6463||Career Counseling: Theory and Practice|
|COUN 6473||Counseling in a Diverse Society|
|COUN 6483||Assessment Procedures for Counselors|
|Student Affairs & College Counseling|
(12 credit hrs)
|COUN 6843||Introduction to Student Affairs in Higher Education|
|COUN 6853||Student Affairs Theory and Practice|
|COUN 6873||Organization and Administration of Student Affairs Services|
|COUN 6943||Counseling in Higher Education|
|Field Experience (9 credit hours)|
|COUN 6493||Practicum in Counseling|
|COUN 6883||Internship I in College Counseling & Student Affairs|
|COUN 6893||Internship II in College Counseling & Student Affairs|