Master of Science in School Counseling

Help shape students’ lives.

Graduates of the Master of Science in School Counseling program are educators with a mental health perspective who are trained to counsel K–12 students.

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Promoting educational success for all students.

Butler’s nationally accredited program:

Applications for the on-campus MS in School Counseling are now closed for Fall 2024.  We invite you to explore and apply to our online program if you are interested in starting prior to Fall 2025.  Thank you for considering the Butler College of Education!

Program Highlights

The Master of Science in School Counseling program is a highly focused degree that serves primarily the school districts and citizens of Indiana. It is a 60-credit hour program operating on a three-year cycle. A new cohort of 24 students is admitted each fall.

Our faculty are committed to respecting diversity and similarity within ourselves, our students, and the future students our graduates will serve.