Master of Arts in Education: School Counseling
Designed for working educators, the Master of Arts in Education cohort-based program is designed to prepare 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. Students will be prepared to work as a school counselor and be eligible for the Pupil Personnel Services Credential from the state of California. The program is offered online or in a blended format.
The MAED program requires a minimum of 48 units and can be completed full time in 33 months. MAED coursework 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 and social counseling, academic and career counseling, program development, law and ethics in schools, and consultation for students. MAED coursework 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 and social counseling, academic and career counseling, program development, law and ethics in schools, and consultation for students.
- Leadership: Intervention, Consultation, Collaboration
- Counseling Diverse Populations
- Crisis Response, Interventions, and Management
The MAED: School Counseling degree cohort-based program is directed toward the preparation of K-12 master classroom teachers and is offered fully online or in a blended format on Concordia’s campus or in your area.
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During these meetings, we will discuss the application process, financial aid, payment plans, and any specific questions that you may have. Face-to-face meetings run approximately 30 minutes. Online meetings run approximately 20 minutes.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Concordia’s School of Education offers a competitively priced online or blended degree program. For your convenience we offer payment plans for our graduate students. Our counselors are available to help you plan how to finance your education. We can also walk you through the process of applying for financial aid.
School of Education
Concordia’s School of Education offers four different teaching credentials, four distinctive Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) graduate degrees, and a doctorate of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership. Classes are small and focused on the development of critical, independent thinking, and are taught by experienced Christian faculty members. CUI’s School of Education enjoys an excellent reputation in the academic community as thousands of graduates lead in schools throughout the region. Students gain targeted knowledge and proficient skills to connect, care, collaborate, and create in their unique role in education. Our goal is to equip students to pursue opportunities and advance their career.