Counselor Education Programs
Depending on your experience, you can pursue one of two graduate school options. If you have a bachelor’s degree, take a look at the Master’s of Education in Counseling Education.
There are two degree concentrations offered in the Master of Education in Counselor Education program . Concentration One, School Counseling and Concentration Two, Clinical Mental Health Counseling. See details from the following links:
- School Counseling, M.Ed. 51 hours – This concentration is designed for people who wish to work as school counselors. The concentration is designed for graduate to meet the requirements for school counseling certification in Georgia.
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.Ed. 60 hours – This concentration is This concentration is designed for people who wish to work as clinical mental health counselors in community agency settings (public, private, or non-profit).
*Effective fall semester 2016, the M.Ed. in Counselor Education Student Services in Higher Education concentration and the Ed.S. in Counselor Education program will be closed to student applicants. This decision comes as a result of much consideration and due deliberation concerning low student enrollment. Students currently enrolled in the program will be able to complete their programs of study, but no new students will be admitted. Please feel free to contact Dr. Beth Durodoye, Chair, Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development, for further information. She may be reached at 912.478.8533, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 5/26/2017