Are you a certified teacher looking to broaden your skill set and take your career to the next level? With a Master’s Degree in School Counseling from Keiser University, you can make even more of a difference in schools and the communities they serve. Our program will prepare you to support student success through academic, career, and mental health counseling.
Keiser University’s Master’s Degree program in School Counseling addresses the theory and practice of school counseling, providing graduates with leadership skills and practical tools to promote social and emotional wellness, mental health, and a positive school environment.
Applicants must be certified teachers.
If you are not a certified teacher, please click here for additional programs that may be of interest.
Students in the School Counseling program will:
- Gain an understanding of the role, function, and professional identity of school counselors and learn how to deal with issues that are unique to the school environment and community.
- Develop self-awareness, knowledge, and skills related to issues of diversity and multiculturalism, enabling them to serve a broad spectrum of individuals, families, and communities using effective strategies for school-aged students in matters of equity and accessibility.
- Learn how to respond to challenges that children and adolescents face, from academic and emotional struggles to low self-esteem and issues at home.
- Demonstrate professional growth and contribute to the development of the field of school counseling, including participation in relevant professional organizations.
- Hone their professional communication and writing skills by organizing, thinking critically, and communicating ideas and information in documents and presentations.
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