Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Education and Technology > Department of Advanced Educational Programs > School Counseling > Program At A Glance
To receive a Master’s degree in School Counseling, you must
complete a minimum of forty-five hours of coursework, while maintaining a 3.25
grade point average or higher. Your
coursework includes a three-hour research methods course, in which you will learn
research methods and complete a research paper. You must also satisfactorily pass a comprehensive exam over
the subject fields of the program. In the semester you intend to graduate, you
will need to file an Intent to Graduate form by the
posted deadline. All Master’s degrees must be completed within six (6) calendar
years after starting the program.
program of 45 hours of graduate study shall include credit in each of
the following required courses:
sequence of courses for full-time students:
sequence of courses for part-time students:
827 & 838 are also scheduled each summer.
*Course offered during a fall or spring semester and summer.
**Practicum/internship are taken at the end of program. Practicum precedes internship.
more information on planning your program of study, consult the School Counseling Course Rotation. Course descriptions can be found in the University Catalog.
If you have any questions about the M.S. in Counseling-School Counseling program, please contact Dr. Carla Hattan at (785) 628-4339 or
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