COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University

 

Counseling Program / Student Outcomes Summaries

Summer 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 - VIEW THIS AS A SEPARATE PRESENTATION PAGE (Adobe Spark Page)

NCCU had three specialization tracks within the Counselor Education program. We had 20 students enrolled in Career Counseling, 45 in Clinical Mental Health, and 25 in School Counseling during this time period. During the Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016 semesters, we graduated 5 Career Counseling students, 16 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, and 10 School Counseling students. Our graduates performed exceptionally well on licensing examinations with a 100% NCE pass rate for state counseling licensure and a 100% PRAXIS pass rate for school licensing. The completion rate for all 3 program tracks, defined as the percentage of admitted students who graduate from the program within the expected time period of 2 ½ years, was 100% for Career and School Counseling and 93% for Clinical Mental Health.  The job placement rate was 100% for Career Counseling, 100% for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and 90% for School Counseling. Our graduates have been successful at being employed within their specialization within counseling.

NCCU currently has a 48 semester hour Career Counseling track (online and campus), a 60 hour Clinical Mental Health track, and a 51 hour School Counseling track. All programs are CACREP accredited and we are recognized by IRCEP (International Registry for Counselor Education Programs). We are located in an urban setting with much diversity within both our faculty and student body. We have 9 fulltime counseling faculty and utilize a number of other affiliate to administer our program.   VIEW THIS AS A SEPARATE PRESENTATION PAGE

Summer 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015

NCCU had three specialization tracks within the Counselor Education program. We had 18 students enrolled in Career Counseling, 46 in Clinical Mental Health, and 29 in School Counseling during this time period (for a total of 93 students). During the Summer 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015 semesters, we graduated 1 Career Counseling student, 20 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, and 9 School Counseling students. Our graduates performed exceptionally well on licensing examinations with a 94% NCE pass rate for state counseling licensure and a 100% PRAXIS pass rate for school licensing. The completion rate for all 3 program tracks was 90%, defined as the percentage of admitted students who graduate from the program within the expected time period of 2 ½ years. The job placement rate was 100% for Career Counseling, 95% for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and 89% for School Counseling. Our graduates have been successful at being employed within their specialization within counseling.

NCCU currently has a 48 semester hour Career Counseling track (online and campus), a 60 hour Clinical Mental Health track, and a 51 hour School Counseling track. All programs are CACREP accredited. We are located in an urban setting with much diversity within both our faculty and student body. We are endorsed by CACREP and by IRCEP (International Registry for Counselor Education Programs). We have 8 fulltime counseling faculty and utilize a number of other affiliate to administer our program.

Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014

NCCU had three specialization tracks within the Counselor Education program. We had 9 students enrolled in Career Counseling, 47 in Clinical Mental Health, and 27 in School Counseling during this time period. During the Summer 2013, Fall 2013, and Spring 2014 semesters, we graduated 7 Career Counseling student, 22 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, and 17 School Counseling students. Our graduates performed exceptionally well on licensing examinations with a 100% and 97%  NCE pass rate for state counseling licensure for Career and Clinical Mental Health respectively. We had a 100% PRAXIS pass rate for school licensing. The completion rate for all 3 program tracks was 90%, defined as the percentage of admitted students who graduate from the program within the expected time period of 2 ½ years. The job placement rate was 90% for Career Counseling, 85% for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and 100% for School Counseling. Our graduates have been successful at being employed within their specialization within counseling.

NCCU currently has a 48 semester hour Career Counseling track, a 60 hour Clinical Mental Health track, and a 51 hour School Counseling track. All programs are CACREP accredited. We are located in an urban setting with much diversity within both our faculty and student body. We are endorsed by CACREP and by IRCEP (International Registry for Counselor Education Programs). We have 7 fulltime counseling faculty and utilize a number of other affiliate to administer our program.

Summer 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013

NCCU had three specialization tracks within the Counselor Education program. We had 14 students enrolled in Career Counseling, 53 in Clinical Mental Health, and 37 in School Counseling during this time period. During the Summer 2012, Fall 2012, and Spring 2013 semesters, we graduated 3 Career Counseling students, 17 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, and 19 School Counseling students. Our graduates performed exceptionally well on licensing examinations with a 100% NCE pass rate for state counseling licensure and a 100% PRAXIS pass rate for school licensing. The completion rate for all 3 program tracks was 90%, defined as the percentage of admitted students who graduate from the program within the expected time period of 2 ½ years. The job placement rate was 100% for Career Counseling, 85% for Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and 95% for School Counseling. Our graduates have been successful at being employed within their specialization within counseling.

NCCU currently has a 48 semester hour Career Counseling track, a 60 hour Clinical Mental Health track, and a 51 hour School Counseling track. We are located in an urban setting with much diversity within both our faculty and student body. We are endorsed by CACREP and by IRCEP (International Registry for Counselor Education Programs). We have 6 fulltime counseling faculty and utilize a number of other affiliate and adjunct professors to administer our program.

Evaluations of the Counselor Education Program

Evaluations of the Counselor Education Program -- reports submitted to the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

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Did You Know?

In October 2015, the Counseling Program at NCCU won a national award, Most Outstanding Master's level Counseling Program, given by the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision.

SACES award 2015

 

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