A generous gift to OSU-Cascades will support the creation of an endowed scholar position within the Master of Arts in Teaching program.
Graduate students provide counseling to community members.
Graduate students in the school counseling program are completing their practicum in local schools.
Master of Counseling Curriculum
Clinical Mental Health: 90 credit hours (equivalent to 60 semester hours)
School Counseling: 75-81 credit hours
Master of Arts in Teaching Curriculum
62 credit hours
Master of Counseling Options:
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Master of Arts in Teaching Endorsements:
Elementary - Multiple Subjects (grades K-8)
Language Arts (grades 5-12)
Integrated Science (grades 5-12)
Advanced Math (grades 5-12)
Social Studies (grades 5-12)
Learn more about earning your Master of Counseling at OSU-Cascades
Learn more about earning your Master of Arts in Teaching at OSU-Cascades
The online application for summer 2017 teaching and counseling cohorts is open.
Master of Arts in Teaching applications are due November 14, 2016
Master of Counseling applications are due December 16, 2016.
Have questions about our counseling and teaching programs? Contact Jordon Zardinejad, graduate school coordinator.
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Bend, Oregon 97702
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