As a school counseling candidate, you will work with children and their families at multiple grade levels and be inspired by their strengths and resilience in meeting unique academic and life challenges.
The M.Ed. program purposefully integrates intentional school-based placements in local public schools with coursework focused on learning culturally sensitive counseling skills that may be applied with students, family members, and staff.
Upon completion of this program, which can be accomplished within two years, you will earn a Master of Education degree and a Washington State residency certificate in school counseling, allowing you to counsel at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
Mentors intentionally support your growth as a counselor.
The MEd cohort model creates an interactive environment in which learning happens with and from colleagues.
We intentionally match personalities and counseling styles to create the best learning experiences and opportunities for your growth.