About the Program
The Counselor Education (School Counseling) Program offers two programs: One leads to a Master's Degree in Education with a concentration in Counselor Education and the second leads to a Master’s Degree in Education with a concentration in Counselor Education, as well as the Pupil Personnel Services Credential. The credential is required of individuals who want to work in a K-12 school setting, and a master's degree is required by community counseling agencies, and institutions of higher education. Candidates may obtain the master’s degree alone, or both the degree and the credential.
- Counselor Educ Brochure 2014
- Schedule of Events.pdf
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)
- Catalog Information for MA in Counselor Education
- Catalog Information for MA in Counselor Education and PPS Credential
- Certificate of Clearance Procedures.pdf and CCTC Website
- CTC Program Standards
Starting Fall 2014 - The minimum GPA (last 60 units) for program admission is 3.0.