About the Programs
The Counselor Education (School Counseling) Program offers two programs: One leads to a Master's Degree in Education with a concentration in Counselor Education, as well as the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) 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.
- Counselor Education Brochure 2015
- Schedule of Events.pdf
- Catalog Information for MA in Counselor Education and PPS Credential
- Catalog Information for MA in Counselor Education and LPCC
- Certificate of Clearance Procedures.pdf and CCTC Website
- CTC Program Standards
- School Counseling.pdf
The minimum GPA (last 60 units) for program admission is 3.0.
Starting Fall 2015 - The MA Only program option has been suspended and the MA with LPCC program option has been added.
Spring interviews will be held on Thursday, March 26th. Applications (First and Second) are due by March 13th.