The MA in Counseling and Guidance is accredited by the Master's in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) for the period of January 2015 through January 2025.
The mission of the MPCAC is to accredit academic programs that provide science-based education and training in the practice of counseling and psychological services at the master’s level, using both counseling and psychological principles and theories as they apply to specific populations and settings.
As required by MPCAC, please find admissions and enrollment statistics for the period June 1, 2019, through May 31, 2020, below.
Counseling and Guidance: School Counseling and Bilingual School Counseling (on-campus)
Number of students applied: 110
Number of students admitted: 83
Number of students accepted offer of admission: 18
Number of students enrolled in the program: 49
Number of students who graduated: 24
Counseling and Guidance: School Counseling and Bilingual School Counseling (online)
Number of students applied - 403
Number of students admitted - 166
Number of students accepted offer of admission - 91
Number of students enrolled in the program - 247
Number of students who graduated - 113