The Counseling Faculty are committed to prepare multiculturally competent counseling professionals for school, community, and higher education settings who can facilitate positive change in the development and interactions of diverse individuals throughout their lifespans. The Faculty are also committed to the generation and application of knowledge about counseling and related issues and techniques.
The FCIS Counseling Program in the College of Education offers professional preparation for students at the professional and engineering levels for entry-level and leadership roles in the field of professional counseling and counselor education and supervision.
The mission of the Counseling and Guidance graduate program is to prepare caring and culturally competent higher education counselors and student affairs professionals emphasizing student success for ALL. We embrace a polytechnic, “learn by doing” approach throughout the program.
The Career Counselor for the College of Engineering provides career advising for College of Engineering students using a developmental model to help students identify career goals, develop a plan to achieve those goals and will assist students in their job search process.