The Master of Education in Counselor Education program prepares students to work as professional counselors in pre-K through postsecondary school settings.
The Counselor Education Master of Education (MEd) program was created for students who have a bachelor's degree in education and have completed course work for teaching certification and plan to seek certification in school counseling.
As part of the program's real-world approach to counselor education (in addition to classroom studies) all students complete clinical experiences in the UCF Community Counseling and Research Center and on-site in local schools.
This degree has 1 track: School Counseling. Please scroll to the bottom of this page for further details on this Track.
For information on how this program may prepare you for professional licensure, please visit https://apq.ucf.edu/licensure-programs/.
- Career Counselor
- Career Technical Counselor
- Education Counselor
- International Student Counselor
- School Adjustment Counselor
- School Guidance Counselor
- Student Advisor
- Student Development Advisor
- Student Services Counselor
- Student Success Counselor
- Study Abroad Advisor
- Vocational Adviser