Degree Program Overview
The Master of Education in School Counseling is designed specifically to prepare teachers for school counseling and may also meet academic requirements for licensure as a professional counselor (LPC). The program complies with existing standards for professional certification.
Once students complete the required courses, they are allowed to take the examination for school counseling. However, certification will not be issued by TEA until the applicant has completed two years of teaching experience.
Evening classes are offered at the main campus and The Woodlands Center. Cohorts may also be available.
|Catalog Entry||Master of Education (M.Ed.)|
|Length||48 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Costs||Rates Per Semester|
|Admission Requirements||Application Materials|
- Fall: July 15
- Spring: November 1
- Summer: April 15
Please note that application deadlines will occasionally change. Please contact your academic advisor (listed in the contact section) for confirmation on application deadlines.