nccuCounseling Program Evaluation

STUDENT OUTCOME SUMMARIES

Counseling Program/Student Outcome Summaries for...

  • Summer 2015,
  • Fall 2015,
  • and Spring 2016

NCCU has three specialization tracks within the Counselor Education Program.

We had

  • 20 students enrolled in the Career Counseling Program,
  • 45 students in the Clinical Mental Health Program, and
  • 25 students in the School Counseling Program during this time period

During the Summer of 2015, Fall of 2015, and Spring of 2016, we graduated 5 Career Counseling students, 16 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students, and 10 School Counseling students

Our graduates performed exceptionally well on licensing examinations with a...

100% pass rate on the NCE (National Counseling Exam) for state counseling licensure, and a

100% pass rate on the PRAXIS exam for school counselor licensing.

The completion rate for all 3 program tracks, defined as the percentage of admitted students who graduate from the program within the expected time period of 2.5 years, was

  • 100% for Career Counseling students
  • 100% for School Counseling students
  • 93% for Clinical Mental Health Counseling studentS

Our graduates have been successful at being employed within their specialization in counseling.

The job placement rate was

  • 100% for Career Counseling
  • 100% Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • 90% for School Counseling

NCCU currently has a 48 semester hour Career Counseling track (online and on campus, a 60 hour Clinical Mental Health Counseling track, and a 51 hour School Counseling track.

All of our Programs are CACREP accredited.
We are accredited through 2022
And recognized by IRCEP (the International Registry for Counselor Education Programs.
IRCEP: International Registry of Counselor Education Programs
We are located in an urban setting with much diversity within both our faculty and student body.
We have 9 full time counseling faculty and utilize a number of other affiliate faculty to administer our Program.

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