Admissions: Programs of Study


School Counseling


Marywood's school counseling program prepares students to become K-12 school counselors. Our Master of Science (MS) in Counselor Education degree provides skills and expertise in individual and group counseling, educational planning, and career development. It is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and meets the Pennsylvania Department of Education's requirements for K-12 school counseling certification.

Extensive Fieldwork Experience

Students in our school counseling program complete a 600-hour supervised internship in a real-world counseling setting. This invaluable, hands-on experience allows you to put into practice skills and knowledge learned in the classroom.

Regular Communication with Professors

Marywood's school counseling program relies heavily on one-to-one interactions between students and faculty mentors. As you complete the program, a professor will periodically review your progress and help you reach your educational goals.

Degree: Master of Science (MS) in Counselor Education
Program Website
College: Reap College of Education and Human Development
Department Website: Psychology and Counseling

Accreditations

Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs

Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Contact Information

Office of Graduate Admissions

866-279-9663, ext 6002

Email: GoGrad@marywood.edu

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