CACREP Vital Statistics

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In 2014 there were 21 graduates of Montana State University’s Counseling program: 4 graduates of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, 9 graduates of the Marriage and Family Counseling program, and 8 graduates of the School Counseling program. Of the admitted students for the Clinical Mental Health Program, 75% graduated in the expected time period, and 75% of those who graduated obtained employment  either before or shortly after graduation. Of the admitted students for the Marriage and Family program, 75% graduated in the expected period of time and 75% of those who graduated reported employment upon graduation or chose to pursue a PhD in Counselor Education. Of the admitted students for the School Counseling program, 100% graduated in the expected period of time and 88% of those who graduated obtained employment either before or shortly after graduation.  Data regarding the NCE examination is not available for 2014.

 

Further information regarding assessment data for the MSU Counseling program can be found in the Department of Health and Human Development’s office, 218 Herrick Hall.