UL's school counseling program engenders a collaborative environment in which students can learn the skills, attitudes and knowledge necessary to become counseling practitioners. Graduates will find a variety of employment opportunities in K-12 schools and other public agencies as counselors, administrators or consultants. The curriculum entails 60 credit hours which include core classes in counseling theory and techniques, classes in the concentration area of school counseling, and supervised practicum and internship experiences.
- Ranking by U.S. News and World Report: 103
- Tuition: $5,046