The School Counseling Program is designed to prepare counselors to work with diverse student populations in a variety of school settings. School counselors address the academic, career, and social needs of students; assist students in recognizing their academic potential; provide students with career advisement; and serve as advocates, consultants, and leaders within their educational community. Completion of this program leads to the Illinois Type 73, School Counseling Certification.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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# of Credits Required:
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate):
Master's College or University I
We offer a variety of federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs. Each program has specific student eligibility requirements. In general, students must be formally enrolled as degree-seeking and for a minimum number of credit hours.