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Master of Science in Education - School Counseling

University of the Southwest’s School Counseling program is a 42-credit, fully online degree program designed to prepare you for licensure as a school counselor in elementary, middle, and high school settings. This program prepares candidates to become counselors as determined by the American School Counseling Association’s National Model; delivering comprehensive programs promoting student achievement, exploring careers, and providing personal/social guidance to students. With coursework in counseling theories and techniques; counseling ethics; career development; and group, family and child/adolescent counseling, you will develop the knowledge and skillset to interact with students from varying backgrounds and serve as an advocate for their academic, career and personal success.

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