Master's Degree - Counselor Education
The Master's Degree (M.Ed.) in Counselor Education consists of a minimum of 60 semester hours of study and can be completed in 5-6 semesters of full-time attendance, depending upon the area of program specialization. The length of completing the program on a part-time depends on the chosen course load each semester. Generally, core courses are offered in the Fall and Spring semesters. The program largely offers early afternoon and evening classes during the regular academic year. The program also includes a counseling practicum (100 work experience hours) and internship (600 total work experience hours) to provide extensive experience in the day-to-day roles of a practicing counselor.
Ohio University offers a Master’s (M.Ed.) degree in Counselor Education with Program Specializations in the following areas*
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.Ed.)
- Rehabilitation Counseling (M.Ed.)
- School Counseling (M.Ed.)
*Note that students are able to specialize in more than one program area.
For more information, please contact:
Adrienne Erby, PhD, NCC
Counselor Education Program Coordinator
Lecturer and Interim Director of the George E. Hill Center
Lindley Hall N160F