Student Services And Counseling Degrees

Student Services and Counseling programs are designed to create professional practitioners who can function effectively in the educational areas of student services, counseling, and counselor education. Many programs emphasize work in urban schools and multicultural settings. Students study relationships, human development, career development, group counseling, assessment, research, and evaluation. Students also gain clinical experiences through hands-on internships. Graduates become leaders in the role of professional school counselor.

Students learn how to work in academic settings as counselor educators, supervisors, and advanced practitioners when they earn a master's or doctoral degree in this field. School counselors serve many functions within the academic environment. They seek to maximize student opportunity and help students succeed academically. They advocate on behalf of students in the realms of equity in education. They collect data and strive to create institutional change to academic systems. With time, they may become managers of important resources and work with parents and agencies within the community.

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Student Services And Counseling Degrees

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