School Counseling Master’s Degree

Master of Arts in School Counseling


The Master of Arts in School Counseling program prepares and equips graduate students from diverse backgrounds to be multiculturally competent K-12 licensed professional school counselors who lead comprehensive, developmental, and collaborative school counseling programs. The program is designed to facilitate growth and learning among students to prepare them to be leaders and advocates for social justice and system change specialists capable of assessing, developing, implementing, and sustaining programs for K-12 students from diverse backgrounds that provide equitable services for all.

Students in a classroom listening to a lecture.

View Department of Counseling faculty members, Dr. Sejal Parikh Foxx and Dr. Clare Merlin, describe highlights of the UNC Charlotte School Counseling Program in the video below.