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Bilingual School Counseling, Advanced Certificate

Increase your employability with just three courses as you prepare for certification as a Bilingual School Counselor. Understand the skills and cultural context it takes to help today’s ethno-linguistically diverse students succeed.

What You’ll Learn

Enhance your career options and add bilingual certification to your master’s degree with our Advanced Certificate in Bilingual School Counseling.

Fill the employment gap in schools by gaining advanced knowledge and skills working with diverse students and their families. You’ll take advantage of small class sizes with expert faculty and individualized advisement to create your own unique career path.

This Advanced Certificate fits into your busy schedule, with flexible class schedules in blended or online formats and classes offered on weeknights and weekends.

Career Options

  • P-12 School Counselor
  • Academic Advisor
  • Career Counselor
  • College Advisor
  • Educational/Youth Support Organization Staff

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How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to take the New York State Bilingual Assessment (BEA) to receive initial NYSED certification as a Bilingual School Counselor. In this role, you’ll help bilingual students thrive within their schools, but also help their families bridge the gap between home life and the classroom.

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Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

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