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Student Outcome Data

College of Science and Humanities
Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Vital Statistics: 2019

Private not-for-profit independent no religious affiliation college

Located in the North Atlantic Region

Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Student Outcome Data (2019)

CACREP Accredited under 2009 Standards

Required Credits: 63

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

Program enrollment (2019-2020):  48

Number of graduates (Aug 2017- May 2018): 4

Completion rate:  50% full and part time combined within 6 years

Number of Applicants (2018-2019 for 2019 fall): 43 for all accredited counseling programs

Licensing Exam Pass Rate: 100% (National Counselor Exam)

Employment Rate: 100% of those seeking work

Demographics (Counseling and Human Relations program 2018-2019): 

Students: males – 5 white; 1 Hispanic or Latin; females- 1 Black or African American; 1 Hispanic or Latino; 53 White; 1 other/undisclosed; disabilities – 1 female

Full time faculty (2019-2020):  females – 2 white, 1 multi-racial

Student Formative and Summative Evaluations

  • Assessments aligned with course objectives; key assessments are identified and student outcome data tracked (work in progress)
  • Professional Performance Reviews each semester in each course
  • Candidacy review
  • Skills assessments in Counseling Techniques and Group classes
  • Professional Evaluations in Practicum and Internship
  • Program exam (CPCE) passing score required prior to entering internship
  • National Counselor Exam (NCE) for licensure
  • Professional Portfolio