During the 2019-2020 academic year, the Department of Counseling and Educational Development had a CACREP accredited Doctoral Program in Counseling and Counselor Education and CACREP accredited Master's level tracks in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Couple and Family Counseling, and School Counseling. Student outcomes with regards to timely completion rates, licensure/certification exam pass rates, and job placement rates for that academic year are provided in the table below.

 

 

 Degree/Specialty

 Number of Graduates

Completion Rate

Exam Pass Rate

 Job Placement Rate

 Ph.D.: Counseling & Counselor Education

 7

 100

 N/A

100

 Master's Degree: All Tracks

37

100

100

100




Degree/Specialty

Number of Graduates

 Completion Rate

Exam Pass Rate

Job Placement Rate

 Ph.D.: Counseling & Counselor Education

 7

 100

 N/A

 100

 MS: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

24 

 100

 100

 100

 MS: Couple & Family Counseling

 100

 100

 100

 MS: School Counseling

 12

 100

 100

 100

 

 

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