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In 2020 there were 15 graduates from Montana State University’s Counseling program: 5 graduates from the Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling program, 5 graduates from the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, and 5 graduates from the School Counseling program.  Of the admitted students for the Marriage, Couples, and Family program, 83% graduated in the expected period of time and 3 students had reported employment upon graduation. Of the admitted students for the Clinical Mental Health program, 83%  graduated in the expected period of time, and 3 of the students reported employment by graduation. Of the admitted students for the School Counseling program, 100% graduated in the expected period of time and 2 students obtained employment by graduation.  Data regarding the NCE examination is not yet available for 2020; however, our graduates are consistently successful at obtaining licensure both in- and out-of-state. 

Yearly Assessment Report (ADA-accessible PDF)