Program Evaluation Report

CACREP, the accrediting body for professional counseling, requires that we make certain information public on our program's website.

Master's Program Outcomes

As of Spring 2017, 207 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students and 13 School Counseling students had degree plans on file with the Counseling Program. Last year, 59 Clinical Mental Health Counseling students and 3 School Counseling students graduated from our CACREP-accredited master’s counseling programs. The completion rate of our master’s students is 97%. Of those who responded to follow-up surveys, 99% of Clinical Mental Health counseling graduates and 100% of School Counseling graduates who wished to be employed were employed within six months of graduation.

Our graduates perform well on licensing and certification examinations.  During 2016-2017, our school counseling graduates had a 100% pass rate on the TExES School Counselor Examination.  During this same time period, 100% of students who sat for the on-campus administration of the National Counselor Examination, the standardized examination required for state licensure as a professional counselor, passed. This group of students scored approximately one standard deviation above the national mean for all areas.

Doctoral Program Outcomes

As of Spring 2017, 37 doctoral students had degree plans on file with the University of North Texas Counseling Program. Last year, 13 doctoral students graduated from our CACREP-accredited doctoral program. The current completion rate of doctoral students is 90%. Of those who responded to follow-up survey, 100% who wished to be employed were employed within six months of graduation.

 To read the Counseling Program's comprehensive evaluation reports, please see files: