Admission to the MEd in School Counselling degree program requires the successful completion of a 4-year undergraduate degree from a recognized post-secondary institution and registration as a Teacher in the province of British Columbia.
Candidates must have completed an undergraduate course in interviewing and counselling skills (or counselling theories). This is a prerequisite for courses in the first quarter of the program—not required for admittance to the program, but required prior to enrolling in the first quarter of the program.
Candidates admitted to the MEd in School Counselling program will be able to register for PSY425 Interviewing and Counselling Skills Fundamentals mix-mode course (5 credits). This course will be offered in the Summer and Winter quarters (August/September and February /March). The cost is CAD $600.
To verify if prior academic courses qualify as prerequisites, please check the transferible prerequisite information table. You may request a review of your prior coursework after you officially apply to the MEd in School Counselling program by completing this form. Please include the official course descriptions typically found on your university’s website or catalogue. If you have any further questions, contact our advisor at BCAdmissions@CityU.edu
Some equivalent course work includes: VCC CNSK 1401; UBC CNPS 362; SFU EDUC 423.