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Counseling - CPCE

The purpose of the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) is to assess counseling students' knowledge of counseling information viewed as important by counselor preparation programs. Passing this test is a requirement for graduation for all Professional and School & Professional Counseling candidates. The CPCE will cover the eight common-core areas as defined by the CACREP Standards for Preparation:

   1. Human Growth & Development
   2. Social & Cultural Foundations
   3. Group Dynamics
   4. Lifestyle & Career Development
   5. Appraisal of the Individual
   6. Research Methods & Program Evaluation
   7. Professional Orientation & Ethics
   8. Helping Relationships

Test Dates and Application Deadlines
Register by: See CPCE Application
Exam: See CPCE Application

• CPCE Application

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