Master of Education in School Counseling

Program at a glance

  • Evening classes 
  • 26% in-service scholarship for educators 
  • Complete the program in six semesters 

Program Description

NOTE:  PSG/COUN 5303 Lifespan Development or equivalent is a prerequisite for entry into this program.

The College of Education offers an M.Ed. in School Counseling with an emphasis in college access and success open to licensed teachers (Advanced) and to candidates who are not currently licensed to teach (Initial).  Candidates will take courses in the major as well as practicum courses. The program will meet state standards as a preparation for licensure in School Counseling. As well as content common to all school counseling programs, this unique school counseling program will focus on helping students prepare for, apply to, and succeed at postsecondary education.

For more information

Please contact our Outreach and Enrollment department at or (615) 966-6113.


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