UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

counseling program

 

Counseling

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Program Highlights

Counseling prepares graduate students to work as professional school counselors in diverse PK-16 school settings. Upon graduation, students will have a Masters of Science in Education (M.S.E.), which contributes to their professional license qualifications.

  • In 2014-2015, Counseling was nominated for the UW-System Board of Regents Diversity Unit Award. Read more news and accomplishments heredocument.
  • We have small class sizes and convenient, evening hours.
  • Our customizable graduation plans serve the diverse needs of graduate students.
  • Our students have frequent interaction with faculty members.
  • Ninety-three percent of our 2013-2014 graduates obtained school counseling positions. Over the past three years, 81 percent of graduates were working as school counselors.
  • Located just outside the Twin Citieslink, we have classes at both the main River Falls campus and the Hudson Center.
  • The Counseling program was ranked in the top 20 percent of UWRF programs following a 2010 university prioritization review.

The next department open house for prospective students will be held during the Fall Semester 2015 (Date & Time TBD). This open house will include interactions with current students and alumni, Q&A with faculty, and tours of program facilities and resources. Prospective applicants to Counseling are highly encouraged to attend. For details, contact Mark Gillen, department chair.

   

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Professional school counselors are uniquely trained to serve all students in a K-12 setting, designing, implementing, and evaluating comprehensive school counseling programs. Check out more herelink.

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Program Admission Deadlines:
October 1 (Spring Admission)
February 1 (Fall Admission)

Contact Us

Counseling
mark.gillen@uwrf.edu
715-425-3890
231 Wyman Education Building
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