|The Educational Specialist program in Counseling with a School Counseling concentration functions to meet the diverse needs of professional school counselors seeking advanced professional preparation in the area of elementary, middle, and high school counseling.
The Ed.S. program typically entails two years of graduate study and has two goals:
Students may also take required coursework needed to be licensed as a Mississippi Licensed Professional Counselor.
|The Graduate Bulletin has additional information on admission, degree requirements, programs of study, and more.
Please visit the financial aid web page for tuition assistance and scholarship information.
1. All general requirements for admission to the graduate school of Delta State University must be met.
|Academic advising is mandatory for Counselor Education majors. All Counselor Education majors are assigned an advisor. The advisor list is posted below as well as in the Counselor Education suite on the third floor of Ewing Hall. Students must see their assigned advisor prior to registering for courses. Advisors will have sign-up sheets posted outside of their offices a week before pre-registration. Students must sign-up for an appointment no later than 3:00 P.M. the day prior to the scheduled meeting. Students are responsible for updating their curriculum sheet and bringing a tentative list of courses to their advising appointment.|
|All EdS Students||George Beals||EW 345||846-4362|
The faculty & staff of the Delta State University Counselor Education Program, through teaching, training, supervision, & experiential activity, develop ethical, competent, & culturally sensitive counselors who are prepared to work in school or community settings. Program faculty seek to strengthen the profession by modeling for students the professional expectation of continued growth & learning, interpersonal awareness, & practical application of sound principles & practices in their work as professional counselors.
Educational Specialist in Counseling