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Student Outcome Data

College of Science and Humanities
Master of Science in School Counseling
Vital Statistics: 2019

Private not-for-profit independent no religious affiliation college

Located in the North Atlantic Region

Master of Science in School Counseling Student Outcome Data (2019)

CACREP Accredited under 2009 Standards

Required Credits: 60

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

Program enrollment (2019-2020):  26

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% (Praxis II School 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