The department of graduate studies in Counseling, Educational Leadership, and School Psychology prepares professionals in the following areas:
|Clinical Mental Health Counseling including Co-occurring Disorders
||License as a Mental Health Counselor with the content to be certified in co-occurring disorders
||Certification as a School Counselor
||Certification as a School Psychologist
||Certification as a School Principal
The mission of the Department of graduate studies in Counseling, Educational Leadership and School Psychology (CEP) is to prepare graduate students who positively impact lives of and opportunities for individuals, families, schools, and communities. Through interdisciplinary collaboration, community partnerships and excellence in teaching and scholarship, the CEP faculty foster the development of reflective practitioners. Our graduates are educators and human service professionals prepared to conduct ethical, culturally competent and evidence-based practice and are able to influence systemic change.