The MA in School Counseling program is a 51 unit program that can be completed in 2 years of full-time study or 3 years of part-time study. The program prepares students to perform a variety of tasks including college and career guidance, mental health counseling, student social and emotional support, and consultation with teachers and parents. CES has also developed a special emphasis for students interested in obtaining a Professional Clinical Counseling license. The LPCC is a master’s level license regulated by the Board of Behavior Science Examiners. Students with the LPCC license can practice counseling and psychotherapy outside the schools, in private practice, and clinical settings.
If you like to learn more about the Master of Arts in School Counseling program, please choose from the following options:
Attend a College of Educational Studies (CES) Graduate Information Session Visit the CES website for specific program information and admission requirements. Contact our admission counselor, Shannon McCance, in the Office of Graduate Admissions at 714-997-6770. Whichever route you choose, we’re dedicated to assisting in any way we can.
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Last updated January 9, 2018