Master of Arts in Counselor Education

Overview

Counselor Education student helps a student during a lesson

Offered on USF's Tampa campus

Master of Arts (MA) in Counselor Education

Concentration: School Counseling

The Master of Arts (MA) in Counselor Education with a concentration in School Counseling prepares counselors for employment in elementary, middle and/or high schools. The program is designed to produce educationally oriented counselors with broadly-based, multidisciplinary backgrounds. 

Graduates are trained to address the developmental needs of students through provision of individual and group counseling, classroom guidance, academic and behavioral interventions, and consultation with parents and teachers.

Upon completion of the program, students in this plan are eligible to become a Florida Certified School Counselor


Degree Requirements

To view the program plan and degree requirements for the MA in Counselor Education, please visit the USF Catalog. 

USF Catalog