Counseling Student Panel Virtual Webinar

On Wednesday, January 19, join us online at 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m EST for virtual webinar.

Featured programs: 

Master of Science in Counseling- Clinical Mental Health

Master of Science in Counseling – School Counseling (Flex)

 

Hear from a faculty member of the counseling program and current students/alumni about the Counseling curriculum and student experience at the Johns Hopkins School of Education.

The Master of Science in Counseling degree program offers two concentrations—Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. Our program prepares competent, ethical, culturally responsive, and passionate counselors who become leaders and advocates. Both concentrations offer a rigorous evidenced-based curriculum aligned with national and state standards, a distinguished faculty with extensive counseling experience, and a strong clinical-experience support system through partnerships with school districts and mental health settings. The majority of class instruction occurs in-person, but online course offerings are also available. 

Master of Science in Counseling – School Counseling (Flex)
The School Counseling concentration prepares students to work in K-12 schools with an emphasis in urban school settings. The program is approved by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), and graduates are eligible for MSDE certification as school counselors. Students have a maximum of five years to complete the program but are strongly encouraged to follow the prescribed program of study. Completion of a 600-hour internship is required in this program.

Master of Science in Counseling – Clinical Mental Health 
The concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling prepares students to work in a wide range of clinical, community, and human service settings. Candidates gain the knowledge and skills needed to become exceptional counselors and fulfill the academic requirements to be licensed as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Maryland and many other states. Although the School of Education permits five years for program completion, there are full-time and part-time Clinical Mental Health Counseling sequences. Completion of a 600-hour internship is required in this program.

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