MASTER'S IN SCHOOL COUNSELING
School Counseling students are prepared to work in elementary, middle, secondary, and/or K-12 environments. Example courses in the School Counseling track include Professional Orientation, Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling, Group Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Counseling Theories, Guidance Administration and Consulting, and Professional K-12 School Counseling.
The School Counseling track requires a minimum of 60 graduate semester credits and a comprehensive exam. Furthermore, students complete 100 hours of practicum and 600-900 hours of internship in a school. The track takes two years to complete.
Questions about the School Counseling track should be directed to the School Counseling Coordinator:
Dr. Carol Buchholz Holland
1230 Albrect Boulevard
NDSU Dept. 2625 PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108