Most of our programs have a fieldwork component. Required fieldwork hours and assignments will vary by program.
School Counseling students complete fieldwork requirements by registering in EDUC 677 Supervised Fieldwork in Counseling and must complete submit an Advance to Fieldwork Application by the stated deadline.
SCHOOL COUNSELING EMPHASIS FIELDWORK REQUIREMENT
Students in the School Counseling program must complete 400 of their required 600 hours in two different K-12 levels (which is the state requirement for the PPS Credential).
COLLEGE COUNSELING EMPHASIS FIELDWORK REQUIREMENT:
Students who choose to take the College Counseling emphasis will conduct 400 hours of fieldwork hours; 200 in a college setting(s); 200 in a high school or high school-to-college setting transition setting(s).
COMBINATION K–12 AND COLLEGE FIELDWORK REQUIREMENT
Students who choose both the K–12 and the College Counseling emphasis must participate in 600 hours of fieldwork; 400 hours must be completed in two different K–12 levels (which is the requirement for the PPS credential) and 200 hours in a college or high school-to-college transition setting.
All School Counseling students are required to pass the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE).
Graduate Assistant positions will vary depending on placement. Each position is 10 hours a week/$15 an hour.