Master of Science in School Counseling

Program Overview

The Master of Science in School Counseling is a 48-credit program that is focused on preparing school counselors for P-12 settings who will have the dispositions, knowledge, and skills to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students through data-informed school counseling programs.

school counselors for P-12 settings who will have the
dispositions, knowledge, and skills to promote the
academic, career, and personal/social development
of all P-12 students through data-informed school
counseling programs.school counselors for P-12 settings who will have the
dispositions, knowledge, and skills to promote the
academic, career, and personal/social development
of all P-12 students through data-informed school
counseling programs.

This program is CACREP-accredited and prepares students for provisional certification as a K-12 School Counselor in New York State.

Why School Counseling at Syracuse?

  • Small class sizes and access to highly engaged faculty members translate into meaningful relationships that support you from your time as a student to your career as a school counselor.
  • School counseling students are trained in the ASCA National Model as endorsed by the American School Counselor Association.
  • Our program is engaged with the White House's Reach Higher Initiative

For more detailed information about program requirements and department policies, we invite you to read our Masters Handbook.

Program Contact

Yanhong Liu, Program Coordinator
yliu363@syr.edu
315-443-2266

Ready to apply?

Syracuse University Graduate School Application