MA in Counseling Comprehensive Exam
Students in the Higher Education Student Affairs (HESA) track must complete a case study, which requires demonstration of knowledge of HESA theories and practice. Please contact your faculty advisor for more information.
Students in the Clinical Mental Health (general and multicultural), School, and Couples and Family Therapy tracks must pass the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Exam (CPCE).
The CPCE is administered as a computer-based test at a Pearson VUE testing center. Students will be emailed a registration link 2-3 weeks after the COMPS application deadline (Census Date) of the term they plan to sit for the exam) and able to schedule and pay for the exam ($150). Students must sit for the exam no later than:
- November 15th for fall
- April 15th for spring
- July 15th for summer
For additional information about the CPCE, please contact your academic advisor.1