About the MEd in School Counselling Program
City University of Seattle offers a fully classroom-based Master of Education (MEd) in School Counselling program in British Columbia, Canada. The MEd in School Counselling is designed for the working teachers, with classes held on Saturdays (roughly 3 Saturdays per month) in school districts close to applicants’ homes. The program is approved by the Ministry of Advanced Education in British Columbia and is eligible for the Teacher Qualification Service (TQS) upgrades. The MEd in School Counselling meets the course requirements for B.C. Association of Clinical Counsellors registration as a Registered Clinical Counsellor (R.C.C).
City University MEd in School Counselling program is offering:
(a) cohort-based and face-to-face model of instruction offered in locations to meet demand in your area or school jurisdiction,
(b) blend of theory and practical applications in the classroom, as well as
(c) faculty who are scholars and practitioners living and working in BC communities
If you have a Bachelor’s degree in Education and are interested in learning more, you are invited to our upcoming online Information Sessions offered. The online presentation and discussion provides a timely and accessible interactive space for you to ask questions and learn what you need to know about the application process. (We will guide you through the very simple set-up to join.)
If you would like to host an in-person session in your school district, please contact Kristina Berynets at Kberynets@CityU.edu or 604.689.2489 Ext. 5015
We will be hosting some online information sessions over the next several months for our MEd School Counselling program in BC. These sessions will be LIVE, and will be hosted by Associate Program Directors and our Enrollment Advisor.
To register for the following dates, please visit our Eventbrite page.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 • 4pm-5pm
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 • 4pm-5pm
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 • 4pm-5pm
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 • 4pm-5pm
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 • 4pm-5pm