Master of Arts in Education: School Counseling
The MAED with an emphasis in School Counseling program prepares students to serve as school counselors in public and private schools for grades K-12, and meets the requirements for a California state credential authorizing service as a school counselor. You will be prepared to work as a school counselor and be eligible for the Pupil Personnel Services Credential from the state of California.
Course work focuses on the theory and skills needed by today's school counselors to work with a diverse population in the areas of:
- Educational Assessment
- Personal/Social Counseling
- Academic and Career Counseling
- Program Development
- Law and Ethics in Schools
- Coordination of Supervision and Consultation for students and faculty
School of Education
Our graduate education degree programs are practical, accessible and relevant to the classroom. Classes are small and focused on the development of critical, independent thinking, and are taught by experienced Christian faculty members who are committed to mentoring students who will make a positive impact on their professions. The School of Education enjoys an excellent reputation in the academic community, and Concordia graduates are teaching throughout the region.