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Counselor Education: School Counseling (MEd)

Clemson University College of Education

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About the course

Students completing the MEd specialization in school counseling are prepared to work as school counselors in P-12 settings. In addition to developing counseling skills, they will be prepared to work effectively with diverse populations, to engage in data-driven practices, and to be leaders and advocates in their schools. They also will demonstrate an ability to collaborate with teachers, administrators, parents, and other members of the community.

The following courses are required for the 60-credit specialization in school counseling:

EDC 8010 Foundations of School Counseling

EDC 8100 Theories/Techniques of Counseling

EDC 8110 Multicultural Counseling

EDC 8120 Career Counseling

EDC 8130 Assessment in Counseling

EDC 8140 Development of Counseling Skills


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Entry Requirements

Strong applicants show evidence of academic success (e.g., undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or above), especially in related coursework; potential for success in graduate school (e.g., evidenced by GPA, GRE scores and recommendation letters); and analytical thinking skills (e.g., analytical writing section of the GRE). We do not require any GRE Subject tests.

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