The school counseling program is designed to prepare graduates for school counseling
positions at elementary, middle/junior high and high school levels. Graduates will
meet the current licensing requirements for the Tennessee Board of Education. The
curriculum requirements include coursework, a 600-hour internship, school observation
hours for those who have not taught, and a passing score on the comprehensive examination.
For information related to admission requirements or to view the courses within each
program, please visit the graduate bulletin. To apply for admission, click here.
Sample Course Plan
2020 Counseling: School Counseling, MS
2019 Counseling: School Counseling
What opportunities are available with this degree?
- Public or Private School settings
Professional Licensure Disclosure
Students should be aware that licensure and certification requirements vary from state
to state and are subject to change. Licensing agencies or boards also may have requirements
in addition to an earned degree. APSU has not made a determination whether APSU’s
programs will meet all of the licensure and certification requirements in each US
state or territory. APSU recommends that students who are not Tennessee residents
or who plan to seek licensure or certification outside the state of Tennessee contact
the appropriate licensing agency or board before they enroll in an academic program
designed to lead to licensure or certification and discuss their plans with an advisor.
Please visit the Professional Licensure Disclosure webpage to review specific licensure information for your state and academic program.