Thank you for visiting the School Counseling homepage. The Master's of Education School Counseling Program at Millersville University offers a 36-credit program with an option for PDE (Pennsylvania Department of Education) Certification in School Counseling (an extra 9 to 12 credit hours). It can be completed as a 48-credit master's degree, which is needed towards LPC eligibility in the future. Click here for admission requirements, prerequisites, application deadlines, and the list of class requirements within the program.
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Features of Our Program:
- Provides candidates with a multi-disciplinary approach to school counseling through careful examination of knowledge bases and research in the fields of education, psychology, and counseling.
- Emphasizes the combined use of “soft-skills” (e.g., relationship formation and maintenance, etc.) and “hard-skills” (e.g., data-based decision-making, evidence-based practices, etc.) in preparing school counselors as agents of change.
- Provides training in specific skills, theories, and practices necessary for leadership roles in the field of professional school counseling.
- Promotes a cohesive identity of a 21st century school counselor able to envision and implement programs of change and transformation in school settings.
Please consult the Graduate Catalog for more information about the School Counseling Program.
January 15th for fall admission, June 1st on a space available basis for those who have missed the January deadline (fall). October 1st for spring admission.
Applicants must have a Master's Degree and Certification in School Counseling. Please consult the Graduate Catalog for more information about the Supervisor Certification Program.
For orientation paperwork, detailed plan of work, competency project requirements, and more, log into your D2L account.