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The MS in School Counseling program is offered by Walden University, an institution accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). Through online coursework, two in-person residencies, and field experiences, you will prepare to provide critical guidance and support to diverse student populations in preK-12 settings.
*Career options may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.
†College Board Advocacy & Policy Center, “2011 National Survey of School Counselors: Counseling at a Crossroads,” on the Internet at media.collegeboard.com/digitalServices/pdf/nosca/11b_4230_NarReport_BOOKLET_WEB_111104.pdf (viewed June 6, 2013).
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“I have been training school counselors for 15 years and in that time have seen the profession evolve and change in positive ways. Our program helps develop individuals to be part of this exciting profession as effective school counselors who are able to support children and adolescents facing the challenges of today's world.”
Dr. Kelly Coker
Program Director, School Counseling
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Receive a $3,000 civil service grant when you begin this program on May 31, 2016. Contact an enrollment advisor to learn how you may qualify.
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