Program Data & Evaluation

 Counseling Department Program Objectives

  • PO1: Prepare students who represent the program and the profession in ethical practice, advocacy, and professional identity. 
  • PO2: Provide instruction and opportunity to develop a sense of cultural awareness and sensitivity to underserved populations. 
  • PO3: Prepare students who are skilled in attending, conceptualization, and providing interventions for individuals, groups, and families. 
  • PO4: Prepare students to understand, utilize and potentially contribute to the body of research within the counseling profession. 
  • PO5: Encourage student development and skill in using assessments, resources, and interventions for clients relative to mental health, academic, and career development needs. 
  • PO6: Promote an understanding of human development and self-awareness, wellness, and resilience throughout the lifespan.

*Limited data due to pandemic restrictions on testing spring 2020

Program Evaluation Report

Program Evaluation Report AY 2022-23

Program Evaluation Report Data Tables AY 2022-23

Graduate Data

7- Year Completion % by Term

Job in Counseling-Related Profession at Graduation

Pass Rate on Credentialing Exams

Our curriculum offers a unique blend of synchronous (real-time video/virtual learning) and asynchronous (video lectures and demonstrations, engaging discussions, problem-based learning, etc.) learning experiences. Synchronous experiences are offered at various times throughout the day, making it accessible to people with a variety of real-world responsibilities.   

As of 12.11.2023, we have had students in the following locations: AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, KS, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, NJ, NV, OH, PA, SC, UT, VA, WA, WV, and WY