Master's Degree Programs
Graduates work as school counselors, college counselors, teachers and principals/heads of school in international settings.
Graduates work as counselors in community organizations and governmental agencies, as well as at hospitals. Some graduates have gone on to pursue doctoral studies.
Doctoral Degree Program
The Ph.D. program, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association, trains students to become effective counseling psychologists who demonstrate the competencies necessary to deliver mental health services to multicultural client populations in various settings.
Professional Development Certificate Program
Career, academic, cultural transition, and mental health issues have become a main focus in international schools. This certificate emphasizes counseling in community, school, and family settings within international communities. The certificate program consists of a concentration of 4 courses (12 credit hours) in the area of International School Counseling. Students can complete the 4 courses over the span of one year; however, this is not required.