Practical application lies at the heart of our advanced Counseling programs. Small class sizes taught by experienced faculty in the evenings allow students to progress through the program either part-time or full-time.
This program prepares professional school counselors to work effectively in K-12 schools through a combination of challenging coursework and practical field experiences. The coursework covers such topics as:
Comprehensive developmental guidance programs Counseling children & adolescents in the schools Interventions with a focus on advocacy and social justice Counseling for college and career readiness [[About School Counseling]] The mission of The College of Saint Rose School Counseling program is to prepare students to become culturally competent counselors, leaders and advocates that work in diverse school settings. Our students are prepared to promote equity and access to a rigorous education for all P-12 students. Our students will work to prevent and remove barriers to learning and achievement including college and career readiness for all students. Students in our program will learn to design, develop, implement and evaluate components of comprehensive school counseling programs to make sure that every P-12 student receives developmentally appropriate academic, career and social/emotional counseling services.
This 48 credit program includes 24 credits of core counseling coursework and 24 credits of specialized school counseling coursework. Included in the specialized coursework is a 100 hour practicum and two 300 hour internships in school counseling; these field experiences allow students to take knowledge gained from course work and apply it to practical situations in P-12 school settings. This is done under the cooperative supervision of a New York State-certified school counselor and a faculty liaison. There are no electives in this program, which allows course work to be focused within the concentration.
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Recipient: The College of Saint Rose
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