• CACREP Vital Stats

Master of Science in Counseling & Student Affairs

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  • CACREP Vital Stats 2015

    Last year, there were 18 graduates of Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Counseling & Student Affairs Program (College Counseling – five students, School Counseling – ten students and Student Affairs – three students). Our graduates consistently achieve high pass rates on licensing examinations, including the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) and the National Counselor Examination (NCE), which was 100 percent in 2012-2015. Of the admitted students, 100 percent graduate from the program in the expected time period, and 100 percent of the program graduates who responded to the survey who are actively seeking jobs are employed within the field.

    Approximately 66 students are enrolled in the program. One hundred percent of accepted students graduate in the expected time period of two years as full-time students and three to five years for part-time students. Courses are all offered after 4:30 p.m. in online, hybrid and face-to-face delivery formats, which accommodate both part-time and full-time students.

    Since 2011, program graduates seeking college counseling, community counseling, school counseling and student affairs positions have been very successful in doing so. One hundred percent of the graduates have found jobs within their respective fields.