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2-3 years (full-time)
LBC | Capital’s Professional School Counseling degree program provides individuals with theological distinctiveness, contemporary scholarship and professional counseling skills to serve competently within both the public and private school context. The program utilizes scripture as the foundation on which skills and knowledge are developed. In addition, the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model is utilized in the development, implementation and delivery of comprehensive professional school counseling services. This program provides a unique opportunity to integrate both faith and practice into the field of professional school counseling K-12.
Our MEd program offers three tracks that allow the students the options to earn eligibility for certification and licensure.
Blended model – face-to-face monthly and online
Practicum and internship – 700 hours
May transfer in up to 18 graduate credits (6 courses) into this degree program
License, Certification, Credential Information
MEd tracks are available for eligibility for certification and licensure.
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Intro to Professional Counseling Courses 15 Credits
Professional Core Courses 18 Credits
Advanced School Counseling Courses 9 Credits
Professional School Counseling Practice Courses 6 Credits
View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and complete program details.
Want to learn more about this master’s degree or LBC | Capital’s graduate school? Consider scheduling an appointment to talk virtually or in person with an Admissions Counselor who will be glad to answer all your questions about earning a graduate degree.
LBC | Capital’s program is delivered in a blended format, combining the convenience of online learning, without sacrificing important face-to-face interactions gained from classroom instruction. But that’s not all that makes us unique. Through our program, you can:
*In the past, school counselors were called guidance counselors.
The MEd in School Counseling will prepare you for a wide range of service and/or ministry contexts. Here is a sampling of careers our MEd alumni serve in:
The following is the proposed schedule for this degree program.
|CPS 501 Orient. to Prof CNS Identity, Function & Ethic||One||3|
|CPS 515 Counseling Theory & Techniques||One||3|
|SPE 504 Teaching Students with Low Incidences||One||3|
|CPS 508 CNS Skills in Helping Relationships||One||3|
|CPS 541 Group Counseling Leadership||One||3|
|CPS 505 Research and Program Evaluation/td>||Two||3|
|CPS 525 Assessment Techniques in Counseling I||Two||3|
|CPS 583 Multicultural Foundations of Counseling||Two||3|
|CPS 510 Human Growth & Dev. Across Lifespan||Two||3|
|CPS 531 Psychopathology and Counseling||Two||3|
|CPS 588 Career and Lifestyle Development||Two||3|
|CPS 514 Psychopharmacology||Three||3|
|CPS 572 Addictions Counseling||Three||3|
|CPS 573 Advanced Addictions Treatment||Three||4|
|CPS 575 Counseling Children & Adolescents||Three||3|
|CPS 601 ADD CNS Practicum||Three||3|
|CPS 602 ADD Internship I||Three||3|
|CPS 603 ADD Internship II||Three||3|