The Counselor Education Program prepares counselors to work in mental health, school, and career counseling settings who promote social justice and responsibility, serve as leaders in a diverse and global community, and respond to the complexity of human needs across the lifespan.
There are three degree programs within the Counselor Education Program: career counseling, mental health counseling and school counseling. All programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs or CACREP -- and have been approved by IRCEP (the International Registry of Counselor Education Programs). All of our programs are CACREP-endorsed for on-campus and online delivery
- The 48 hour Career Counseling Program is the only CACREP online career program in the nation & one of five CACREP accredited programs in the United States. Our program prepares students to work as career counselors in colleges and other academic settings.
- The Mental Health Program consists of 60 hours of course work. Our program prepares students to work in non-profit, private, and other mental health settings. The curriculum prepares students for application as Licensed Professional Counselors in NC.
- Our 60 hour School Counseling program prepares students for K-12 licensure in North Carolina to practice as professional school counselors.
MULTICULTURALISM • ETHICAL TRAINING • THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENT
We feature late afternoon, evening, and online classes.
All of our programs are CACREP-endorsed for on-campus and online delivery.
Every student completes 700 hours of supervised field experience before graduating.
We have ten fulltime counselor education faculty with other affiliate faculty.