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MS in Counseling College of Education

About MS in Counseling

About the Counselor Education program

The Counselor Education program and faculty are dedicated to providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to address the needs and concerns of a diverse society. Our program is devoted to social justice and advocacy, working within both our classes and communities, to actively oppose discrimination and celebrate diversity. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on both personal and professional development with experiential learning infused within the curriculum.

Several courses involve participation, such as service learning in community agencies and schools, prior to the required supervised field placements. Our Counselors-in-Training are required to participate in their own personal counseling, with professionals not affiliated with our educational programs, to aid in their counselor identity development in becoming a reflective practitioner. Graduates leave with a strong foundation in counseling theories and techniques, as well as skills specific to their specialization, to apply in a multicultural society.

Program Faculty

To learn more about the Counselor Education program faculty, including their experience and research interests, contact information, and duties, follow the link and visit their webpage.

Program Faculty

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College of Education, MA Counselor Education Program
Eureka Hall, Room 401
Mon. – Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Phone: (916) 278-6639

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