Master of Science in Counselor Education Degree
The School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences at William Carey University, Tradition Campus offers the Master of Science degree in Counselor Education with concentrations in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. These two programs are designed to prepare professional counselors to practice in community mental health centers, mental health institutions and agencies, primary care settings, private practice, and K-12 school counseling settings. Admission to these programs is in the Summer or Fall trimesters only. All Common Core and Required COU coursework for the Master of Science in Counselor Education concentrations must be taken on the Tradition Campus. Students in both the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling programs may take EDU and PSY prefix courses as long as these are not COU Common Core or Required courses.
The school psychometrics program and the endorsement program in school psychometrics are also offered on the Tradition campus.