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The Oklahoma State University Masters in Counseling program offers two options on both the Stillwater and Tulsa Campuses: School Counseling (57 credits) and Mental Health Counseling (60 credits). We maintain a diverse full-time faculty with years of experience in counseling and counselor education as well as state-of-the-art counselor training centers on both campuses. Our program offers a variety of counseling training opportunities and experiences designed to provide excellent training for becoming an effective counselor in a variety of settings.
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“This program is so much more than academic. Every professor encourages you to expand your mind and boundaries, and because of the focus on multiculturalism and social justice, I can truly say that I will leave this program prepared and confident to counsel and advocate for anyone who walks through my door.”
In 2016-2017, there were 41 graduates in the master’s counseling program at Oklahoma State University, with 36 in the mental health counseling program and 5 in the school counseling. Additionally, 88.1% of all graduates of the School Counseling option have passed the examination in the past 5 years. This is to be compared to a state-wide pass rate of 72.1% over the same period of time. The pass rate of current graduates of the program who have taken the School Counseling certification exam is currently 75%. The pass rate for the NCE exam for graduates of our program based on statistics through NBCC is 99%. Overall, Oklahoma State University has a vibrant and successful CACREP accredited counseling program training competent and prepared counselors.