School of Education
Rufus E. Clement Hall, 323
Telephone: (404) 880-8508
Programs in Counselor Education
Master of Arts (M.A.) in School Counseling
The Master of Arts degree in School Counseling is a minimum of 51 hours (postbachelor’s) program and is designed to prepare professional counselors to work in elementary, middle, and secondary schools. Graduates earn a Master's degree in School Counseling. Upon completion of the program, graduates qualify for endorsement for initial certification by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission as a School Counselor (SC-5).
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Community Counseling
The Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling is a minimum of 51 hours (postbachelor’s) program and is designed to prepare students for professional counseling positions in a variety of community settings, including community mental health agencies, mental health hospitals, juvenile justice agencies, and substance abuse treatment facilities. Graduates earn a Master's degree in Community Counseling. This planned program fulfills all the academic requirements for licensure in the State of Georgia.
To apply click here: http://admissions.cau.edu/