Jun 25, 2021  
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2013-2015 
    
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2013-2015 [Archived Catalog]

Counselor Education M.Ed.


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ME6274: School Counseling

Program Overview: The School Counseling Program is for those who wish to practice as elementary or secondary school counselors. It meets the academic and counseling experience requirements to receive state Department of Education license as a school counselor in Ohio and most other states with additional clinical courses one may become eligible for the PC license.

Admissions Policy: GRE scores are required when GPA is below 2.90. Three written letters of recommendation and a 5-page autobiography are required in addition to the University Graduate School application.

Change Policy: N/A

Transfer Policy: N/A

Opportunities: Graduates of this program go on to become School Counselors in elementary or secondary settings both public and private. Graduates of this program also go on to complete Doctoral studies in Counselor Education.

 

ME6278: Clinical Mental Health Counsel

Program Overview: Master¿s degree programs consist of a minimum of 60 semester hours of study and can be completed in four to six semesters of full-time attendance, depending upon the area of concentration. Many core courses are offered during the summer, and many late afternoon and evening classes are available during the regular academic year to accommodate students with full-time employment. Along with a counseling practicum (120 work experience hours), two semesters of required internship (600 total work experience hours) provide extensive experience. Graduates are prepared for Ohio licensing as a PC which is available following graduation and meeting other state mandated requirements.

Admissions Policy: GRE scores are required when GPA is below 2.90. Three written letters of recommendation and a 5-page autobiography are required in addition to the University Graduate School application.

Change Policy: N/A

Transfer Policy: N/A

Opportunities: Graduates of this program go on to practice as mental health practitioners in both public and private settings. Graduates of this program also pursue doctoral studies in Counselor Education.

 

ME6279: Rehabilitation Counseling

Program Overview: The Rehabilitation Counseling Program meets the needs of personnel presently employed in public and private rehabilitation agencies, as well as graduates in such areas as psychology, sociology, education, and human services. Upon completion of the program, you will have met the academic requirements to become a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), and with additional clinical courses you will be eligible for the PC license.

Admissions Policy: GRE scores are required when GPA is below 2.90. Three written letters of recommendation and a 5-page autobiography are required in addition to the University Graduate School application.

Change Policy: N/A

Transfer Policy: N/A

Opportunities: Graduates of this program go on to become Certified Rehabilitation Counselors in the public and private sector. Graduates of this program also go on to pursue further graduate studies in the field of Rehabilitation Counseling and Counselor Education.

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