Master of Science in Professional School Counseling (M.S.)
Training Counselors to Support Students, Teachers, Parents, and Others
Jeri Lee, Ed.D.,J.D., Program Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org - 615 963-1569
Admission to the Professional School Counseling Program requires twelve (12) semester credits in psychology, including at least one course in each of the following areas: general psychology, elementary statistics, human development, and abnormal psychology. Both introduction to psychological tests and measurement and foundations of psychological investigation are strongly recommended as prerequisites.
Applicants are not required to have a teacher's license. Minimum criteria for admission to the program include a 2.75 or higher undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) and a 290 or higher on the GRE or 370 or higher on the MAT. Application deadline is February 1st.
Additional program admission requirements are as follows:
2014 Professional School Counseling Research Poster Presenters
2009 Professional School Counseling Master’s Graduates