Our program is designed for K-12 teachers, educational technicians, counselors, and leaders in education who want to build a foundation in culturally responsive practices in education and human development.
Future degree planning
Interested in earning your master’s degree in Counseling in the future? The credits you earn through this certificate program can be applied to our Counseling MS. Some restrictions may apply.
Program courses explore linguistics, counseling of multicultural families, and spirituality and religion. Our interdisciplinary program also integrates course offerings from Leadership Studies; Occupational Therapy; Social Work; and the Policy, Planning, and Management program in the Muskie School of Public Service.
Dedicated and engaged faculty
All of our core faculty have doctorates in Counseling and our part-time faculty have years of practical experience in the field. Our faculty involve students in their research and presentations and work closely with them to develop a program of study tailored to their interests.
Our graduate admissions counselors are here to answer your questions about the admissions process, our academic programs, and student support services.
Admission information: Certificate of Graduate Study Culturally Responsive Practices in Education and Human Development
We accept applications on a rolling basis and review them continuously.
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