New Hampshire Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs

New Hampshire Graduate Counseling Schools & Programs

New Hampshire Graduate Counseling Schools with Master's and PhD Degree Programs

University of New Hampshire Department of Education:

This is the premier school for education in the state of New Hampshire. This school offers a wide array of undergraduate programs, graduate programs, and certification programs for students who are interested in beginning or excelling further into their careers in education and human services. The school also offers a number of local internships and research opportunities in community schools, institutions, and organizations. Students are granted access to a faculty of accomplished education professionals and knowledgeable scholars. Faculty members guide students to satisfactory completions of their degree programs and help them to begin their new careers.

Master of Arts in Counseling:

This is a graduate degree program for qualified students who would like to work as certified counselors in a number of community contexts. The program begins with a core education in counseling theory and methods. Students choose individual areas of research that will determine their course of education and electives. Students learn about new research methods. They learn how to analyze and interpret a number of different kinds of data, including statistics, empirical data, and clinical research data. Students perform their own clinical research in local organizations and institutions. Students also perform internships that allow them firsthand experience in the counseling field. Students meet and discuss with faculty members and advisors to pave the way toward successful completion of their degrees. Students who complete this degree program work in entry level community counseling positions. They may also serve as administrators and advisors. Some students who complete this program continue their research in PhD programs.

Master of Education in Counseling:

This graduate program is designed for students who are interested in becoming school counselors. Students choose their areas of study. They may choose to concentrate in elementary school, secondary school, or mental health counseling. Students then begin with a core education. Students take classes in research methods. They learn about key issues in the field of education. They learn how read, analyze, and interpret data. They also learn about methods of practical application. Students are given the opportunity to participate in a number of local and national internships. Students are also encouraged to conduct clinical research projects of their own in local organizations and institutions. Students meet with faculty members to discuss the progress of their projects and possible methods of application. Graduate students are tested often to demonstrate an advanced understanding and knowledge of key concepts, methods, and theories in the counseling field. Students who complete this program become school counselors, advisors and administrators. They may also choose to continue their research and apply to PhD degree programs, which allow students to act as college-level educators and researchers.

Contact Information:

Address: Department of Education, Morrill Hall, University of New Hampshire, 62 College Road, Durham, NH 03824

Phone Number: (603) 862-2310

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