Master’s in Counseling
The next Master of Arts in Counseling cohort may not begin until Spring semester of 2016. Updates will be posted to this site as they become available.
Master of Arts in School Counseling Program
Learn how to become a reflective practitioner in the art and science of school counseling when you pursue a Master of Arts in Counseling at Truman. The next enrollment period for this program will begin with the spring semester in 2016.
Rigorous Counseling Curriculum
Acquire the skills, knowledge, and experience to serve the academic, career, personal and social needs of culturally diverse students in the elementary, middle, and secondary schools. With our comprehensive curriculum, you explore theories, research, and techniques that focus on individual and group counseling; appraisal, assessment, and measurement; multicultural/diversity issues; parent consultation; professional ethics and legal issues; and guidance program planning, management and evaluation.
Small Classes and Collaborative Learning Environment
With the small size of our counseling program, you become part of a strong community of mentors and friends—people who will challenge you, care for you and work beside you for a better world. And our small class sizes ensure you’ll have one-on-one faculty interaction.
Preparing to Make a Difference
Through supervised clinical experiences, completion of a professional counseling portfolio, and passing of a comprehensive exam, you will be well-equipped to pursue professional credentialing as well as assume positions of leadership in a variety of professional education settings.
For more information on our Master of Arts in School Counseling Program contact:
19 February 2015 | 6:00 pm
Rich Hill, the best documentary film at Sundance Film Festival, 2014, will be the next film screened in the MAE Film Series: Focus on Diversity. The film examines the challenges, hopes and dreams of three young boys of a small, rural town in southwest Missouri. Rich Hill is not a ‘feel good’ movie; it presents […]
30 October 2014 | 8:08 pm
Everyone is invited to attend the eye opening documentary TEACH on Nov.5 at 7pm in Baldwin Little Theatre. TEACH follows the struggles and triumphs of America’s education system through the eyes, minds and hearts of its most essential resource: teachers. A discussion will follow, moderated by our own Dr. Pete Kelly!