Northern Arizona University

Counseling-Student Affairs

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The Counseling-Student Affairs M.Ed. program prepares graduate students for careers in higher education by combining the foundational principles of counseling and student development with college impact research. The program exceeds Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) standards in student affairs professional preparation, and meets the professional competency standards established by national associations in the field, ACPA and NASPA. The program excels in four areas: counseling, student affairs leadership, global learning, and integration of practice based experiences with coursework (fieldwork, practicum, theory, and internship). The program strives to educate graduate students, incorporating global and multicultural awareness, who will lead higher education in the future. The program complies with CAS Standards and Professional Competencies in the profession of student affairs.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Robert A. Horn, Ph.D.
Chair, Educational Psychology Department
Educational Psychology
Telephone: (928) 523-0545

Degrees Available