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### School Counseling M.Ed. Program at Texas Woman’s University

Achieve your Master of Education in School Counseling in just 24 months or 50 credit hours. Benefit from the convenience of fully online coursework. Upon completion, qualify for certification in Texas.

The awareness of mental health issues in educational settings is increasing, leading to a growing demand for related services. Projections indicate a nearly 20 percent growth in mental health counseling careers by 2024, surpassing the average rate of growth.

Our program offers a Master of Education in school counseling. Graduates will meet the criteria to become certified school counselors in Texas public schools serving grades K-12. They can also work as mental health or career counselors in public, private, and charter schools throughout the state.

Why Choose Our Program?

  • Engage with a diverse student body, including nontraditional/returning students
  • Benefit from smaller class sizes, ensuring personalized attention and guidance from faculty members
  • Access a mix of asynchronous and evening synchronous classes tailored to accommodate the schedules of working students
  • Receive dedicated mentoring and advising from faculty members
  • Learn from innovative and seasoned faculty members with diverse areas of expertise
  • Join a cohort model to establish connections with peers, fostering academic and professional growth

As a prerequisite for school counseling applicants, completion of two years of teaching in a public or private school accredited by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) is required.

Admission Criteria

Contact Information

Lisa Grubbs, Ph.D., LPC-S, CSC, GC-C

Coordinator of School Counseling


Office: WH 213-B

Page last updated at 3:06 PM, January 24, 2024