Chestnut Hill College’s Master of Science in School Counseling program is guided by the following Mission Statement:
The M.S. in School Counseling program supports a collaborative learning environment that prepares a culturally diverse student body to become competent, responsible, and ethical professional school counselors in both public or private school settings. The school counseling curriculum prepares graduates to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate comprehensive school counseling programs that are culturally sensitive and that promote the career, personal, social, and academic development of all students.
The program consists of core counseling courses, specialty area courses, and 520 hours of field experience. Our school counselor preparation program is structured around several core tenets:
Strengths of the program include: