Our rigorous master’s degree program will ensure that you receive the training needed to impact the lives of students and their families in a school setting.
Our experienced instructors combine practical and theoretical teaching with hands-on experience to set the stage for your career success in the counseling field. Small class sizes and one-on-one interactions allow you to hone your skills in integrating a faith-based approach to providing holistic care.
You’ll learn about:
- Counseling theories and skills
- Human growth and development
- Counseling students from diverse backgrounds
- Evidence based school counseling services
Our program will provide you with the knowledge needed to take the National Counselor Exam (NCE), which can be taken prior to graduation, and by taking extra electives you may also earn certification as a School Psychological Examiner.
This program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs (CACREP) thru October 31, 2027.
Program start date:
- Summer (mid June)
Connect with Meghan Abney, Enrollment Coordinator, for more information.
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- Annual Report
- Vital Statistics
- Program Faculty
- Program Handbook
- Program Mission and Objectives
- Program Syllabi
- Certified School Counselor K-8 and/or 7-12
Full Time Faculty
Christine Arnzen, Ph.D.
Coordinator of Graduate Counseling Programs
Huba Ray, Ed.D., LPC
Melody Palm, Psy.D.
Professor of Counseling
Kristen Kansiewicz, Ph.D.
Grant Jones, Ph.D.
Neva Atteberry, M.S., LPC, NCC
Raquel Morrow, Ed.D., LPC