University of Pennsylvania
Graduate School of Education
Executive Program in School and Mental Health Counseling
Executive Program in School and Mental Health Counseling, M.S.Ed.
The M.S.Ed. Executive Program in School and Mental Health Counseling is designed for working professionals embarking on careers as either school or mental health counselors. The program is organized around three distinct emphases: School Counseling Certification, Mental Health Counseling Licensure, and School and Mental Health Counseling Certification plus Licensure.
Using an executive-learning format, students earn their degree while maintaining their full-time employment by attending two years of monthly weekend classes and one week of intense study each of the two summers. After graduating from the program, students will be prepared for such careers as school counselors, college and career counselors, or mental health counseling professionals who work in schools, colleges, community agencies, or hospital settings. Specific preparation is dependent, in part, on the nature of the internships completed during the program.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999