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In accordance with the 2017 standards, MPCAC now requires programs to report program statistics (applications, admissions, graduations) and program outcomes on their websites. MPCAC will also need to report on these data for all of our programs in our annual report as part of our own public accountability. The deadline for the survey is December 1.

MPCAC Annual Survey: 2018 – 2019
Name of program: Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology

Number of Applications received to matriculate in academic year 2018-2019


Number of students admitted


Number of students newly enrolled in academic year 2018-2019


Total number of students enrolled in the program during the academic year 2018-2019


Number of students who graduated in the academic year 2018-2019


Percent of students who enrolled in the program in fall 2014 (AY 2014-2015) who graduated from the program (5-year graduation rate) 

*Another 23.3% transferred out of the MSCP program and graduated from our MAP program.


65% *



Percent of those who graduated in the last two years who were granted a temporary, intermediate, associate or other type of preliminary license as mental health or professional counselors before accruing additional supervised hours (Please indicate N/A if your state does not provide any such license)

**Reported as unknown due to:

-       Graduates are at various stages of obtaining the needed 3000 post-graduate supervised hours in Pennsylvania.

-       Graduates change their names (e.g., marriage) post-graduation, making it difficult to track their licensure obtainment.

-       Alumni response rates to programmatic surveys is sporadic.

-       Graduates who have moved to other states and may be seeking or have obtained licensure in that state rather than PA.


Unknown %**

Percent of those who graduated in the years *2015 to 2017 who became fully licensed and/or credentialed (as mental health counselors, professional counselors, BCBA, substance abuse counselors or other similar title)

PA has a high number of post-graduate supervised hours required for the LPC. Therefore, we looked at graduates in the years 2013-2016.

Name of license: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)




Percentage of courses taught by adjunct or part-time faculty over the 2018-19 academic year (June 1 to May 31):



Race/Ethnicity of Full time Faculty

African American/Black            __1____

Asian American/Asian              __1____

European American/White         __9____

Hispanic/Latinx                         _______

Indigenous                                _______

Multiracial                                _______

Other                                        _______

TOTAL                                    __11___


Gender Identity of Full Time Faculty

Female              __7____

Male                __4____

Transgender      _______

Non-binary       _______

Other                _______