For more than 72 years, we have trained counselors to use their knowledge and degrees to serve children and families around North Carolina and the nation.
Why NC State
We offer multiple degrees and a graduate certificate program to help you achieve your career goals and meet the needs of others.
- Flexible | You can take courses online or in-person to earn a graduate certificate or advanced degree.
- Relevant | Your courses prepare you for the opportunities and challenges you face by providing hands-on experience both on and away from campus.
- Timely | You can earn a certificate in one or a degree in two to three years.
- Affordable | You can complete a program for less than $15,000 if you’re a North Carolina resident
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Using the School-College-Community Collaboration Model, we prepare students to work with professionals in different fields to promote wellness and benefits of the clients.
College Counseling and Student Development
Learn how to counsel and advise college students through a unique partnership between our faculty and professionals in NC State University’s counseling center, advising office, career services and diversity office.
Using the School-College-Community Collaboration Model, we equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to work as school counselors to promote the academic, career and social development of all K-12 students.
Recent News More Stories
Mar 23, 2019
Don C. Locke Symposium Lecturer James L. Moore III on Helping African American Male Students to Achieve
African American male K-12 students are underrepresented in advanced academic courses and in gifted and talented programs, including in predominantly black school districts and even when there are black teachers...
Apr 13, 2018
Baker, Nassar Receive American Counseling Association Fellows Awards
NC State College of Education professors Stan Baker and Sylvia Nassar will be recognized for their professional contributions at the American Counseling Association's national meeting in April.
Apr 9, 2018
Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith Shares Tips for Instructors New to Online Learning in New Book
NC State College of Education Teaching Associate Professor Angie Smith talks about a new book she co-authored that provides on strategies and techniques for teaching the helping professions online.
When you join the NC State College of Education, you receive the quality instruction you need at North Carolina’s leading college of education to become the counseling professional you want to be.
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