Santa Clara University School of Education, Counseling Psychology, and Pastoral Ministries
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The School of Education and Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University was created in the fall of 2001 and brought together graduate programs in Counseling Psychology and Education. Approximately 800 graduate students are enrolled in the school, with 200 studying psychology and 400 studying education.
Vision and Mission
"Integrating teaching excellence, scholarly research, and service to society, the School of Education and Counseling Psychology educates practitioners in education, counseling, health and human services, whose professional competence, social conscience, and human compassion will transform lives, schools, and communities for the greater health, well being, and the common good of all, especially for those in greatest need. Toward that end, the school currently offers programs in four areas: Education, Counseling Psychology, Pastoral Ministries, and the Center for Professional Development."
Degrees and Credentials
- Master of Arts (MA) (Educational Administration; Higher Education Administration; Interdisciplinary Education; Teaching)
- Credential (Single and Multi-subject; Mild and Early Childhood; Administrative Services)
- Master of Arts (MA)(Counseling, Counseling Psychology, and Counseling Psychology with California Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT))