School counselors can expect to work with children and their families, teachers, school psychologists, community agencies and other pupil service providers as a part of a supportive team. School counselors should possess strong communication skills, an ability to organize and multi-task, have engaging interpersonal skills and a desire to help youth.
The School Counseling program at UW-Stout offers a combination of daytime, evening, online and summer courses as a part of their degree program. We admit full-time and part-time students twice per year.
"I absolutely love how friendly and helpful the faculty and staff are here; it's great to feel so supported and encouraged by everyone. I also love how hands-on the program is. In just the first semester, I feel like I have learned so much and been provided with tons of opportunities to put what we are learning into practice."
-- Kelly Collins
M.S. School Counseling
Use the Request Information form to receive a program summary and learn more about the Master of Science in School Counseling.