School Counseling

College of Education

Degree offered: MS

Applications accepted for Fall admission only.
For application instructions, visit: How to Apply

Additional admission requirements: Statement of purpose: Describe career goals, research interests and a list of publications, professional and volunteer experience relevant to intended program of study, academic honors and organizations; Three professional letters of recommendation from persons who know the applicant in either an academic or supervisory capacity. Letters from family members, acquaintances, and friends are not acceptable; A current resume or curriculum vita; Interview: After initial review of all applications, the applicants with greatest potential are also expected to participate in a pre-admission interview with the Counseling faculty. Pre-admission interviews can include: (a) individual interviews, (b) group interaction with observation, and (c) on-site writing sample.

Graduate Coordinator (School Counseling): Dr. Shirlene Coopwood

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