Welcome to the Counseling Program
Applications to the Counseling Program are due January 15, 2019 for admission to the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Counseling Masters Program prepares students with a solid grounding to become Certified Rehabilitation Counselors, Certified School Counselors, and Licensed Associate Counselors.
The program mission is to educate professional counselors to work with persons with disabilities as well as children and youth in school settings. As such, our program curriculum draws from foundational content in rehabilitation, school, and mental health counseling. Through leadership, advocacy, collaboration, use of data, and action, our graduates will be competent at identifying and overcoming barriers that impede equal access to educational, social, environmental, and career opportunities for all persons. Our graduates will be dedicated to promoting and facilitating the personal achievement, empowerment, and quality of life of all the populations we serve.
Goals and Objectives
Courses in the Counseling program are delivered in a variety of formats.
The Work of a Counselor
As Counselors you will engage in relationships that empower diverse population groups including children, adolescents, adults, and individuals with disabilities. Depending on their area of emphasis they may work in school or rehabilitation settings, as well as a wide variety of other settings, including (but not limited to):
For inquiries about the Counseling Program, please contact:
Dr. Amanda Tashjian, Program Director
Counseling Program Student Outcomes
The following information describes the outcomes of our program, as well as the demographics of our current students.