Earn a Master’s Degree in School Counseling Online from Morgridge College of Education

The online Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education is dedicated to inspiring and preparing the next generation of school counselors.

Designed to adhere to the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP standards)1 and created specifically for the online student experience, the online program will give you the solid understanding of complex educational systems and key counseling concepts necessary to advocate for students in all aspects of their lives—socially, academically, personally and emotionally. You’ll also learn how to use data to identify the unique needs of your school community, creating programs to address social and academic issues schoolwide.

Online Learning, In-Person Experience  

University of Denver’s online Master of Arts in School Counseling program prepares graduates for a career serving P-12 students in public, private and charter school settings. This program can be completed in as few as 24 months on a full-time basis and includes the following components:

  • Live Classes: Attend small classes in real time with motivated peers, led by doctoral-level faculty.
  • Mock Counseling Sessions: Partner with classmates to complete mock counseling sessions and give and receive feedback.
  • Valuable Fieldwork: Experience firsthand what it’s like to be a school counselor by completing a 100-hour practicum experience and a 600-hour internship experience at a school in or near your community.
  • In-Person Networking: Visit our Denver campus for an optional immersion experience centered on making connections with classmates and faculty mentors while practicing self-reflection.

Want more information about SchoolCounseling@Denver? Complete this brief form and an admission counselor will contact you.

1 The 72-credit Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the Morgridge College of Education is designed to adhere to the standards set by CACREP. Only CACREP has the authority to determine which programs do and do not meet their standards. The program intends to submit an application for CACREP accreditation in fall 2020.Return to footnote reference.

The online Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education is dedicated to inspiring and preparing the next generation of school counselors.

Designed to adhere to the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP standards)1 and created specifically for the online student experience, the online program will give you the solid understanding of complex educational systems and key counseling concepts necessary to advocate for students in all aspects of their lives—socially, academically, personally and emotionally. You’ll also learn how to use data to identify the unique needs of your school community, creating programs to address social and academic issues schoolwide.

Online Learning, In-Person Experience  

University of Denver’s online Master of Arts in School Counseling program prepares graduates for a career serving P-12 students in public, private and charter school settings. This program can be completed in as few as 24 months on a full-time basis and includes the following components:

  • Live Classes: Attend small classes in real time with motivated peers, led by doctoral-level faculty.
  • Mock Counseling Sessions: Partner with classmates to complete mock counseling sessions and give and receive feedback.
  • Valuable Fieldwork: Experience firsthand what it’s like to be a school counselor by completing a 100-hour practicum experience and a 600-hour internship experience at a school in or near your community.
  • In-Person Networking: Visit our Denver campus for an optional immersion experience centered on making connections with classmates and faculty mentors while practicing self-reflection.

Want more information about SchoolCounseling@Denver? Complete this brief form and an admission counselor will contact you.

1 The 72-credit Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the Morgridge College of Education is designed to adhere to the standards set by CACREP. Only CACREP has the authority to determine which programs do and do not meet their standards. The program intends to submit an application for CACREP accreditation in fall 2020.Return to footnote reference.