Accreditation

In accordance with its standards, MPCAC requires programs to report program statistics (applications, admissions, graduations) and program outcomes on their websites. MPCAC also needs to report on these data for all of their programs in their annual report as part of their own public accountability.

MPCAC Annual Survey: 2020-2021
Name of program: Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology

CHATHAM UNIVERSITY

2020-2021

Number of Applications received to matriculate in: 

125

Of those applications, number of students admitted: 

105

Of those admitted, number of students newly enrolled: 

61

Of those who were newly enrolled, number who continued into year two: 

47

Total number of students enrolled in the program during the year: 

116

Number of students who graduated in the year: 

36

Number of full-time students who started the program and graduated within the expected time frame (two or three years, depending on program length). This does NOT include part-time students: 

19

Percent of students who enrolled in the program in fall 2016 who graduated from the program (5-year graduation rate): 

 

 70.27%

 

Percent of those who graduated in the years 2016 to 2018 who became fully licensed and/or credentialed (as mental health counselors, professional counselors, BCBA, substance abuse counselors or other similar titles):  

53%

Percent of those who graduated in the academic year who became certified or licensed (depending on your state's regulations) as school counselors: 

0%

Percentage of courses taught by adjunct or part-time faculty in the academic year: 

55%

 

Race/Ethnicity of Full-time Faculty:

African American/Black 1
Asian American/Asian 1
European American/White 9
Hispanic/Latinx  0
Indigenous  0
Multiracial
Other
Total number of Faculty 11

Gender Identity of Full-time Faculty:

Female 7
Male 4
Transgender  0
Non-binary
Other