JBums1028 Posted November 9, 2013 Share Posted November 9, 2013 This might be a bizarre question, but I'm going to ask it anyway. I'm wondering if there are any Counseling or Educational Counseling Master's Programs out there that would prepare a graduate for both a career in college counseling and school counseling? I'm currently serving as an AmeriCorps member on both a college campus and at a high school. Prior to this my plan was to go into Student Affairs to become either an admissions counselor or an academic adviser. However, now that I've been working with the high school students I'm considering school counseling as a possibility. But I don't want to rule out the college counseling careers though either. I've been looking at Educational Counseling programs, and the only one that I've found that could possibly lead me to both are Western Michigan's Counseling MA. It has separate tracks within it for each type of counseling, so there's a possibility I could do two tracks at the same time (I need to confirm this with someone in their program). Syracuse also has a Student Affairs Counseling program and a School Counseling Certificate that can be added on. Does anyone know of other programs that are like this? Or have any other advice that could help me pursue both careers potentially? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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