Howard University School of Education is currently enrolling students to our Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling Services.  Students will have an opportunity to concentrate on either School Counseling or Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  Our application deadline is May 1st.  Attached is a flyer explaining our program please pass on to your students who might be interested in applying.  Thank you greatly and have a wonderful day.

School of Education

Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies

COME TO Howard University to earn a Masters of Education (M.Ed) in

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY and COUNSELING SERVICES

Choose one of the following:

School Counseling (48 credit hours) Clinical Mental Health Counseling (60 credit hours)

The mission of the Counseling Services program is to produce professionally and culturally competent psychological service providers who possess the knowledge and skills to work with diverse children, adults, and families. The program allows students to individualize their training and career paths along two areas of concentration, each aligned with current standards for professional practice. As such, program graduates will be eligible for professional certification or licensure in School Counseling and/or Clinical Mental Health Counseling. All program candidates complete the core curriculum, concentration focused requirements, along with choosing electives in specialization areas in family, international/diversity counseling, pastoral counseling, or child/adolescent development.

DEADLINE IS MAY 1ST FOR THE FALL ADMISSION Admission Requirements

(Early submission is encouraged for consideration for financial aid):

1. Minimal GPA of a 3.0
2. (3) letters of reference
3. Career goal statement
4. Autobiographical Summary

Contact with questions:

Program Coordinator Mercedes E. Ebanks, PhD Associate Professor mebanks@howard.edu office (202) 806-5780

Submit applications to:

Howard University School of Education 2441 4th St. NW Washington, DC 20059 Department of Human Development & Psychoeducational Sciences

HDPES (202) 806-7350 fax (202) 806-5205

www.howard.edu/schooleducation 

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Dimitri A. White

Morehouse College '12

Howard University Ph.D. student School Psychology