A primary responsibility of the faculty within the School of Counseling is to regularly assess aspects of all counseling programs to ensure accurate evaluation of student development, both academic and professional, as well as continued efficacy of program offerings.
The following conceptual model is a representation of this charge—namely, to help foster the professional and personal development of all students in the School of Counseling, resulting in confident and competent counseling professionals.
Each year, the School of Counseling makes available a report that outlines key assessment efforts throughout the year and actions decided upon and taken to make improvements to the program based on data gathered. The report for the 2016 academic year is provided here.
Below are specific program outcomes reports for our three CACREP-accredited programs: MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; MS in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling; and PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. As required by CACREP, these reports highlight the past year’s number of graduates, employment rates, degree completion rates, and certification/licensure pass rates.
MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Outcomes Report
MS in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling Program Outcomes Report
PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision Program Outcomes Report
MS in Addiction Counseling Program Outcomes Report
MS in School Counseling Program Outcomes Report