The school counseling program track prepares students to work as school counselors in K-12 settings. The program provides students with all the curricular and supervised experiences required by the Department of Public Instruction for NC licensure as a professional school counselor.
Electives - Courses are to be selected with the student’s academic advisor (3)
Students must obtain a passing score on the comprehensive examination.
Total 51 credit
The Internship, CON 5390, is a 600-hour requirement, which can be completed over 1 or 2 semesters. Candidates must obtain a passing score on the comprehensive examination, and successfully defend their portfolio to graduate.
School Counseling Plan of Study
CON 5201 - Ethical & Prof Orient to Counseling (3)