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          These results contain 47 campus & hybrid & online accredited graduate degree programs & graduate schools in the field of social & behavioral sciences, subject of career counseling at the certificate & doctorate & masters levels in all locations from all types of institutions.
           
           
           

          Career Counseling Graduate Programs

          Career Counseling graduate students study to become experts in guiding others toward meeting their career goals. They will utilize various personality and aptitude tests to help clients discover their strengths and participate in the development of academic and career goals. The will assist their clients in resume creation, job searching and developing a professional presence. Most industries and states require career counselors to possess a master’s degree and licensure. Career counselors work with many different populations including students and professionals.

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