University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
University of Tennessee At Chattanooga, The
Guidance and Counseling
The Master of Education in Guidance and Counseling offers students two professional training options at the graduate level. Students may participate in either the Community Counseling Program which prepares counselors for work in human service agencies, or in the School Counseling Program, which prepares elementary and secondary school guidance counselors. While there is an overlap in these programs, they are viewed as distinctly different options. The primary purpose of the UTC counseling program is to provide quality training for individuals desiring to become human service agency or school counselors. This training includes classroom didactic and experiential activities, small group seminars, and supervised field experiences. These training components are designed to provide each student with a meaningful professional and personal growth opportunity.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
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