School Counselor Endorsement
There are two options for licensure as a school counselor in the State of Kansas. One option is for individuals who have a professional teaching license; the second option, the parallel pathway, is for individuals who do not have a professional teaching license. The parallel pathway option requires additional field experiences over two semesters in schools.
The official title of this degree approved by the Board of Regents is M.S. in Counseling and Student Development. The Master of Science Degree in School Counseling is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Students who complete the 48-hour program are eligible for school counseling licensure.
Core Requirements (27 Credits)
- EDCEP 721 - Mental Health in Schools (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 822 - Principles of Guidance (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 823 - Counseling Theory (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 852 - Career Development for School Counselors (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 856 - Guidance in the Elementary School (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 857 - Guidance Program Management (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 871 - Consultation for Counselors (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 921 - Advanced Educational Psychology: Development (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 951 - Multicultural Counseling (3 Credits)
Research and Appraisal Requirements (9 Credits)
- EDCEP 715 - Principles of Assessment (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 815 - Using Tests in Counseling (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 816 - Research Methods in Education (3 Credits)
Clinical Requirements (12 Credits)
- EDCEP 858 - Group Processes (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 877 - Practicum in Counseling (3 Credits)
- EDCEP 887 - Counseling Internship (6 Credits)
For more information, contact: Diane Murphy, K-State Licensing Officer at email@example.com.
Tuition Information: See the Cashiers and Student Accounts website for tuition and fee schedules.