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Student Outcome Data

Master of Science in School Counseling Student Outcome Data (2017)

MS in School Counseling Credits Required: 60

Faculty: 3 full-time, 1 part-time, 3 adjuncts

Program Enrollment (2017-2018):  27

Number of Graduates (Aug 2016- May 2017) 6 

Completion Rate:  81.5%

Certification Exam Pass Rate: 100% (Praxis II Professional School Counselor Exam) 

Employment Rate: 100% of those seeking work

Number of Applicants (2017-2018): 13

Student Formative and Summative Assessment

  • Assessments aligned with course objectives; key assessments identified and student outcome data tracked (in process)
  • Professional Performance Reviews in each class each semester
  • Candidacy review
  • School Counseling Professional Identity E-Portfolio
  • Skills assessments in Counseling Techniques and Group classes
  • Professional Evaluations in Practicum and Internship
  • Program exam (CPCE) passing score required prior to Internship beginning with fall 2015 admits
  • Praxis II Professional School Counselor Exam