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Etsu counseling program 2012 2013 program outcomes report
ETSU Counseling Program2012-2013 Program Outcomes Report

Approximately 76 students were enrolled in the program with approximately 62 women and 14 men. The Counseling Program accepts a maximum of 38 students each year for the four concentrations. Over 90% of students graduate within the expected time frame (3 years or less for full-time students; 5 years for part-time students). The ETSU Counseling Program is able to maintain small class sizes (averaging 18-20 students for non-field courses and 5-7 for practicum and internship courses) and a core faculty to student ratio of less than 10:1.

This report summarizes outcomes for the M. A. in Counseling program CACREP accredited concentrations: Community Agency (now called Clinical Mental Health), Higher Education (now called College Counseling/Student Affairs), and School Counseling for Summer 2012, Fall 2012, and Spring 2013. Note that Couples and Family data are not available for this report.

  • Community Agency

    Last year there were 11 graduates from the Community Agency Concentration representing a 100% completion rate within the expected time period. The pass rate for students taking the NCE examination was 100%. Of graduates responding to our employment survey, 82% indicated that they had obtained employment in an occupation for which they were educated within 180 days of graduating. Other respondents indicated that they did not choose to look for a job in counseling or chose to go to Ph.D. program.

  • Higher Education

    Last year there were 4 graduates from the Higher Education Concentration representing an 80% completion rate within the expected time period (note that 3 individuals chose to leave the program for personal reasons). The pass rate for students taking the NCE examination was 100%. Of graduates responding to our employment survey, 75% indicated that they had obtained employment in an occupation for which they were educated within 180 days of graduating.

  • School Counseling

    Last year there were 8 graduates from the School Counseling Concentration representing a 100% completion rate within the expected time period. The pass rate for students taking the PRAXIS II exam for School Counselors was 100%. Of graduates responding to our employment survey, 100% indicated that they had obtained employment in an occupation for which they were educated within 180 days of graduating.


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