MA in Counseling Psychology

Student and Faculty Data as Required by Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC)

Data for the Year 2022-2023 (June 1 to May 31)

  • Number of applications received to matriculate in academic year 2022-2023: 95
  • Of those applications, number of students admitted: 28
  • Of those admitted, number of students newly enrolled: 20
  • Of those newly enrolled, number who continued into year two (first year retention): 20
  • Total number of students enrolled in the program during the academic year: 43
  • Number of students who graduated in the academic year: 16
  • Percent of students who enrolled in Fall 2018 and graduated from the program (5-year graduation rate): 94%
  • Percent of those who graduated in the years 2019 to 2021 who became fully licensed as mental health counselors: 10%
    • (Note: This number represents an undercount because in Hawaiʻi, licensure applications cannot be submitted until all of the 3000 post-master’s hours are accrued. By law, the time to accrue 3000 hours cannot take less than 2 years. Also, the applicant is not allowed to take the National Counselor Exam until these 3000 hours are accrued, and the application is received and processed. After the NCE score is returned, the licensure decision is made.)
  • Percent of courses taught by adjuncts or part-time faculty during the previous year: 18%
  • Number, ethnicity, and gender of faculty: 4 full-time faculty members; 2 men and 2 women; 2 Asian Americans, 1 Biracial (Asian American/European American), 1 European American.