The residential master’s degree in School Counseling P-12 prepares graduates to be thoughtful, responsive, and empathetic counselors in educational settings who advocate for their students and provide support in line with contemporary expectations and cutting-edge best practices.
Significant scholarships and tuition stipends available for diverse future school counselors to work with students with disabilities with high-intensity needs in high-needs schools through Project IMPRESS
This program helps students develop the dispositions, knowledge, and skills to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. Graduates are change agents who develop and implement holistic, data-driven school counseling programs that include both direct and indirect services, program planning, and management.
This CACREP-accredited program follows the national model and standards of the American School Counselor Association and the National Board of Certified Counselors, and meets the academic requirements for initial and professional New York State certification as a School Counselor. Students learn in person through the School of Education on the Syracuse University campus.
Application Deadline: January 15 | More admissions information
Our graduates are in demand for roles in K-12 schools, higher education, and other youth settings including: