Counseling & Personnel Services (Master’s - MEd)

The Master of Education in Counseling and Personnel Services includes five concentrations: Art Therapy, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, College Student Personnel, Counseling Psychology, and School Guidance Counseling (grades K-12). Theory and practice are critically important components of the program. Students are required to pursue a logical sequence of study that permits a well-balanced preparation in theory, research, and field experience.

Concentration Areas

The program offers five concentration areas as listed below. To learn more, select one of the concentrations.


The mission of the M.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services is to prepare scholar practitioners for counseling roles in which they contribute to society in a variety of professional positions. Our graduates support principles of social justice, fairness, and equity in their work; proactively promote the welfare of those they serve; and engage in a lifelong process of educational and professional renewal.