Location: Winther Hall 6035
The CACREP-accredited Counselor Education program at UW-Whitewater provides graduate-level training that prepares students to provide counseling in a variety of settings. The primary purpose of the program is to help students become effective professional counselors. The program is designed to help students achieve competencies required by regulatory bodies such as the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) and the Wisconsin Department of Instruction, employing agencies, and professional organizations.
Students choose an emphasis in clinical mental health counseling or school counseling:
In each emphasis, students develop knowledge and skills in both the science and the art of counseling. The curriculum encompasses three types of learning: academic, experiential, and personal development. Experiential learning includes clinical classes, a one-semester supervised practicum in the Winther Counseling Lab on campus, and a two-semester supervised internship in the field.
For more information on the UW-Whitewater Counselor Education department, consider attending an information session. Dates and registration information are available here.
2015 - Two emphases are available in our program ... Clinical Mental Health Counseling (with numerous specialties within) and School Counseling
2015 Graduation Specifics
|Higher Education Emphasis||1|
|School Counseling Emphasis||12|
**Note that we are in transition to the Clinical Mental Health Emphasis (Community Emphasis no loger offered)
High pass rates on licensing examinations
Most recent survey data from interns and their site supervisors: