Vital Stats and Data

Vital Statistics Annual Results

MA in Counseling with Specialization in Clinical Mental Health

The results from the 2019 Vital Statistics Report are now available. In the academic year 2019, 4 students graduated with the MA in Counseling with Specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Of the 3 graduates who responded to our query, 66% of those seeking employment were able to obtain employment in their area of training or a comparable recognized occupation within 180 days of graduation. Finally, to predict our licensure pass rate, we use the results of the comprehensive exam, the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE©), a comprehensive multiple-choice examination that covers the eight core CACREP areas. Of our 2019 graduates, 100% passed the CPCE. First semester student persistence for 2019 starts was 88%, and one-year retention was 76%.

MA in Counseling with Specialization in Marriage and Family

The results from the 2019 Vital Statistics Report are now available. In the academic year 2019, 11 students graduated with the MA in Counseling with Specialization in Marriage and Family. Of the 5 graduates who responded to our query, 75% of those seeking employment were able to obtain employment in their area of training or a comparable recognized occupation within 180 days of graduation. Finally, to predict our licensure pass rate, we use the results of the comprehensive exam, the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE©), a comprehensive multiple-choice examination that covers the eight core CACREP areas. Of our 2019 graduates, 73% of our students passed the CPCE. First-semester student persistence for 2019 starts was 88%, and one-year retention was 76%.

MDiv with Specialization in Marriage and Family Counseling

The results from the 2019 Vital Statistics Report are now available. In the academic year 2019, 2 students graduated with the MDiv with Specialization in Marriage and Family Counseling. One graduate responded to our query, and of respondents, 100% of those seeking employment were able to obtain employment in their area of training or a comparable recognized occupation within 180 days of graduation. Finally, to predict our licensure pass rate, we use the results of the comprehensive exam, the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE©), a comprehensive multiple-choice examination that covers the eight core CACREP areas. Of our 2019 graduates, 50% of our students passed the CPCE. First-semester student persistence for 2019 starts was 77%, and one-year retention was 68%.

PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision

The results from the 2019 Vital Statistics Report are now available. In the academic year 2019, 6 students graduated with the PhD Counselor Education and Supervision. Of the 6 graduates 100% are licensed. 100% were working in their desired job in counseling or a related field within 180 days of graduation. Of the 5 students who started the program in 2019, 4 are still actively pursuing the degree. First-semester student persistence for 2019 starts was 100%, and one-year retention was 100%.

Annual Reports

2018-2019 MDIV and MA Counseling Program Annual Report

2018-2019 MA and MDIV Counseling Program Annual Report

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