Amberton University - Master of Arts - School Counseling

MASTER OF ARTS
--SCHOOL COUNSELING


The Master of Arts (M.A.) in School Counseling prepares students to satisfy academic requirements for the Professional School Counseling Certification. Graduates will be counselors, academic advisors and advocates who create conditions of academic achievement for children in public and private schools. This degree is available only to those students who satisfy the teaching experience as required by the State Board for Educator Certification (S.B.E.C.). The program is comprised of forty-two (42) graduate hours and includes a minimum of 160 practicum hours. Students completing this degree and passing the TExES examination for School Counseling are eligible for employment as a school counselor in an educational setting. Students must satisfy the teaching experience requirement prior to entering CSL6855 Practicum School Counseling.

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