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Master's Degree in Student Affairs and College Counseling (MSE)

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Do you have a heart for young people who may need help and guidance? Do you desire to serve at the college level, guiding students in making decisions to take action in their lives? The student affairs and college counseling program at Wayne State College provides a strong base of theory and practical skills that enable our graduates to thoughtfully and respectfully provide assistance to people in need. With a master's in student affairs and college counseling, you may serve as a counselor in a technical school, college, or university upon completion of this program of study. These counselors may also facilitate student transitions to professional education and career placement.

 

Program of Study

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Fast Facts

Degrees offered: MSE


Hours required: 48


Delivery Method: Hybrid. Some courses are online, some are face-to-face.


School: Education and Counseling


Department: Counseling


Accreditation: The Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE), The Council for Accreditaion of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), Nebraska Department of Education


Awards: Ranked No. 3 Counseling School in Nebraska (Top Counseling Schools)

 

Questions? Contact:

Cody Dickson, Department Chair
Email: codicks1@wsc.edu
Phone: 402-375-7428


Recognized for Excellence

Wayne State College is continually recognized for incredible value, successful graduates, and innovative learning.
 

Ranked as the #3 counseling school in Nebraska
Top Counseling Schools - Best Value

Completely Affordable

Master's degrees at Wayne State College, whether online or hybrid, are among the lowest priced in the nation. 

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