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We are pleased that you are interested in our Master's/CAGS program in School Counseling.

The School Counselor Concentration at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst is committed to preparing graduates to ensure equitable public educational experiences for all students. School counselors help create school environments that support all students to stay in school, access school-based resources, and achieve at their highest level. Our academic program supplements rigorous course work with a variety of in-school practical experiences. We have partnership relationships with Massachusetts schools that provides our students with exemplary mentored practical experiences.

Our major goal is to create multiculturally competent school counselors who understand the contextual influences on children's development and learning, and who can intervene effectively in the complex systems that affect each child. Our students learn to work with students and with the various facets of a child's life including peers, families, communities, the school system, and local institutions. Our graduates are trained to implement Comprehensive Developmental Guidance Programs that are consistent with the American School Counselor Association's National Model and National Standards.

The School Counseling Concentration is closely connected to the National Center for School Counseling Outcome Research & Evaluation (CSCORE) and students have the opportunity to work on the Center's research projects.

Informational Sessions for Prospective Students: The School Counselor Program holds informational sessions for prospective students. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions, get information, and learn more about our program. Information session are held several times each fall.

 

 

 

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