According to CERIC’s 2019 Survey of Career Service Professionals, 35.3% of career professionals surveyed have a master’s degree. While specializations may vary, a common field of study for career development professionals is counselling. This list outlines master of counselling programs available across Canada, including master of counselling psychology and master of education with counselling specialization programs. It does not include programs available in French. If we’re missing a program that should be on this list, comment below or drop a note to email@example.com.
Those interested in getting started in the field or upgrading their credentials may also be interested in our CareerWise compilation of 14 Canadian programs for career development professionals.
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Adler University – Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology; Master of Counselling Psychology; Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology: School and Youth Concentration; Master of Counselling Psychology: School and Youth Concentration
University of Alberta – Master of Counselling Psychology; Master of Psychological Studies in Education – Research
Newfoundland and Labrador