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M.A. in Pastoral Mental Health Counseling Program Outcomes and Data

Program Data for Fordham University's M.A. in Pastoral Mental Health Counseling (2020-2021)

Program Data 2020-2021
Number of Applicants 15
Number of Acceptances 13 (87%)
Number of Enrolled 8
Number Enrolled who continued to year 2 7
Number of Total Students 33
Number of Total Graduates 7
Number who graduated 2017-2019 who became fully licensed 50%
Number of Full-Time Faculty 3
Faculty-to-Student Ratio 1:11
Courses Taught by Adjuncts 42%

 

Annual Outcome Data for Fordham University's M.A. in Pastoral Mental Health Counseling (2017 – 2021)

Year Number of Graduates Exam Pass Rate Employment Percentage Licensed*
2021 7 n/a 4 in counseling field with limited permit
2 international ministry
n/a
2020 3 100% 2 in professional counseling field with limited permit
1 in political science
n/a
2019 12 100% 3 in counseling licensed
2 in counseling limited permit
1 in school counseling
2 in DMIN degree program
3 international ministry
60%
2018 6 100% 3 in counseling
1 in ministry
1 in healthcare chaplaincy
50%
2017 7 100% 2 in counseling
1 in pastoral care
1 in advocacy work
2 international ministry
40%

*Percentages of graduates with full license does not include international students who were required to return to international countries for work or ministry. 


Please note that not all students intend to take the exam or become licensed professional counselors. Some of the students seek to work in ministry or are international students and return to their home countries.