University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education offers an online Master of Arts in School Counseling program, SchoolCounseling@Denver. Designed to adhere to the standards set by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP),* this program prepares future counselors with a solid understanding of complex educational systems and key counseling concepts to effectively serve and advocate for students in P-12 school settings.
The SchoolCounseling@Denver curriculum is rooted in self-reflection, allowing future school counselors to become more aware of their own experiences, strengths and opportunities for growth, so they can better serve students in their schools and communities.
Complete in as few as 24 months
No GRE Required
Gain a thorough understanding of how issues of identity, power, oppression and diversity affect students across the P-12 system. Implement change through both individual counseling and comprehensive counseling initiatives.
Featuring small classes led by experienced, doctoral-level faculty, this program will provide you with valuable counseling experience through direct student service. The program is built with a focus on the school counseling role, giving you the opportunity to establish a specialized skill set. As a student, you will complete a 100-hour practicum and 600-hour internship at a P-12 school near your community.
This combination of online and experiential learning will give you the skills and experience you need to successfully address the academic, career and social/emotional needs of students from diverse backgrounds within P-12 school systems.
Take the next step by requesting more information about the online SchoolCounseling@Denver program from the Morgridge College of Education.
*The 72-credit Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the Morgridge College of Education is designed to adhere to the standards set by CACREP. Only CACREP has the authority to determine which programs do and do not meet their standards. The program intends to submit an application for CACREP accreditation in fall 2020.