DePaul University College of Education > Academics > Graduate Programs > Master's Programs > Counseling (MA/MEd) > Concentration Requirements > School Counseling
This Master’s degree allows the student to become licensed as a professional school counselor through the Illinois State Board of Education. The concentration sequence prepares students to work with students, staff and families in public and private K-12 school systems. Courses and professional practice experiences in the field provide students the skills and knowledge to deliver a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program based on national standards and best practice, and to serve as leaders and advocates for students, schools, and the profession.
The Master’s Thesis is written in conjunction with CSL 553 and CSL 554 and with faculty advisement. Enrollment in CSL 559 and an oral examination are required. Consult the M.A. Thesis Handbook for additional information.
Capstone project with faculty supervision written in conjunction with CSL 552, CSL 553, and CSL 554. Does not require additional course enrollment.
All individuals licensed by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) are required to complete licensure tests specific to their licensure area.
School Counseling students must complete the following tests:
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