The MEd cohort model creates an interactive environment in which learning happens with and from colleagues. You are supported to foster community and creativity, build counseling skills, and encourage collaboration within various settings.
An intentionally small cohort and student–to–instructor ratio allow faculty to focus on their individual professional growth within a shared cohort learning experience. Your unique development as a school or mental health counselor is our focus throughout your master’s program.
You and your MEd colleagues spend time together in university classrooms developing skills and then have an opportunity to discuss, apply, and process your experiences in local mental health agencies and schools. In all of these contexts, you learn together and create deeper connections to each other and the work you engage as counselors and health and human services professionals.
For many, cohort relationships extend well-beyond the MEd academic years. Colleagues stay connected and continue supporting each other and networking about counseling dilemmas, professional development, and employment opportunities.
Return to mental health counseling.