School Counseling, M.S.

The Master’s in School Counseling program teaches you to provide collaboration and leadership on behalf of children and families in public or private elementary, middle and high schools.

Program Details

Standard Completion Time 
2 years


Program Credits: 61


Accreditation
Middle States

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Earn your master's in School Counseling in Rochester, NY

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    Program Highlights

    • EARN A CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY (C.A.S.) upon degree completion

    • EXPERIENCED FACULTY with strong professional networks

    • COMPLETE THE PROGRAM (61 credit hours) in two years

    • Strong network of DIVERSE FIELD PLACEMENTS

    • MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL (2019-20)

    Popular Careers & Employers

    Roberts Wesleyan’s School Counseling Program prepares students for a career in primary and secondary school systems, where they will provide support to students of all ages. In this role, you’ll act as an advocate for students’ well-being while offering academic and educational aid. School counselors are often involved in character education, violence prevention and career planning and play a vital part of the educational leadership team.

    Alumni Making A Difference

    Dave Messbauer ’15

    School Counselor, Brockport Central High School

    Monique Bonnett ’13

    School Counselor, Rochester Prep Elementary

    Andrew Palmer

    Andrew Palmer '11

    School Counselor, Dulwich College Suzhou (China)

    Sarah Luczak

    Sara Luczak '11

    Student Services Coordinator, Genesee Valley Educational Partnership

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    School Psychology, M.S. - Our Masters in School Psychology program prepares students to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents, in consultation with parents and teachers.
    Adult and Graduate Admissions - 585.594.6600 | 800.777.4792 (toll free) - AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu