Bridgewater State University offers a Master of Education in School Counseling, a Master of Education in Counseling in Mental Health Counseling; and a Master of Education in Counseling with a Dual License (leading to licensure opportunities in mental health and school counseling). The Department of Counselor Education is accredited by the CACREP. Along with affordable tuition, students at Bridgewater State University will find small class sizes and personalized learning experiences. Faculty bring a range of backgrounds to the classroom and clinical supervision to support students in developing into well rounded and skilled counselors.
Courses include: counseling theories and techniques for mental health counseling; multicultural counseling; research and evaluation; the professional counselor-standards, ethics, and legal issues; psychopathology; psychological assessment; introduction to career counseling; substance abuse and dependency; crisis/disaster counseling; ethical and legal issues for the school counselor; consultation and collaboration for school counselors; counseling theories and techniques for school counselors; and special education issues for school counselors.
- Average Graduate Tuition: $1,675.00
- Application Deadline: February 1st for Fall, October 1st for Spring
- Credits Required: 39 – 66