School Counseling

Fairfield University’s Master of Arts in School Counseling degree offers counseling courses under the guidance of faculty members who are nationally recognized in the field through their scholarship and active service in national, professional organizations. The program develops knowledge and skills in nine areas: human growth and development, the helping relationship, lifestyle and career development, research and evaluation, social and cultural foundations, group counseling, individual appraisal, professional orientation, and clinical skills.

Students can pursue a 48-hour Master of Arts (MA) degree in school counseling or a Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) degree in school counseling. Each program is under the guidance of faculty members, providing you with an excellent education and the foundation to a successful career path.

Counselor Education Department
Fairfield University
Program Outcomes Report for the Academic Year 2012-13

 

Counselor Education Student Handbook

Prospective Student Information

Program Information