Master’s in Counselor Education

Department of Educational Psychology

Ranked highly by U.S. News and World Report, the Counselor Education master’s degree (M.Ed.) program involves the rigorous study of psychology and counseling to meet the increasing demand for counselors in educational, health and community settings. Graduates of our program have gone on to: 

  • Pursue employment in higher education as advisers and career counselors  
  • Pursue doctoral studies in counseling or related fields. 
  • Pursue certification as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Learn more about the requirements to become an LPC on the Texas State Board’s website

Our students and faculty work together in a learning community dedicated to advancing the field of counseling by adhering to the professional and ethical standards promoted by the American Counseling Association. We foster the belief that learning continues beyond graduation through participation in professional organizations. 



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At a Glance

Program Starts: Fall, Summer

Deadline to Apply: January 10

Length of Program: 2 years

Schedule: Full-time strongly encouraged

Program Location: On Campus

GRE Required? No

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