Program of Studies


Community Counseling Concentration (48 credits)

Educational Psychology Core (9 credits)

ED PSY 624 Educational Statistical Methods
ED PSY 640 Human Development: Theory and Research
ED PSY 720 Techniques of Educational Psychological Measurement


Counseling Core (21 credits)

COUNS 710 Counseling: Theories and Issues
COUNS 711 Foundations of Career Development
COUNS 714 Essentials of Counseling Practice
COUNS 715 Multicultural Counseling
COUNS 774 Trauma Counseling I: Theory and Research
COUNS 800 Group Counseling Theory
COUNS 904 Family Systems Theory, Research, and Practice


Community Core (18 credits)

COUNS 600 Introduction to Community Counseling
COUNS 765 Supervised Practicum I in Community Counseling
COUNS 812 Clinical Studies in Counseling
COUNS 820 Counseling Appraisal and Clinical Decision Making
COUNS 970 Supervised Practicum II in Community Counseling
1 Elective (3 credits)


School Counseling Concentration (K-12 only) (48 credits)

Educational Psychology Core (9 credits)

ED PSY 624 Educational Statistical Methods
ED PSY 640 Human Development: Theory and Research
ED PSY 720 Techniques of Educational Psychological Measurement


Counseling Core (21 credits)

COUNS 710 Counseling: Theories and Issues
COUNS 711 Foundations of Career Development
COUNS 714 Essentials of Counseling Practice
COUNS 715 Multicultural Counseling
COUNS 774 Trauma Counseling I: Theory and Research
COUNS 800 Group Counseling Theory
COUNS 904 Family Systems Theory, Research, and Practice


School Core (18 credits)

COUNS 602 Introduction to School Counseling
COUNS 764 Supervised Practicum I in School Counseling
COUNS 810 Counseling in the Schools
COUNS 816 Counseling Children and Adolescents
COUNS 968 Supervised Practicum II in School Counseling
1 Elective (3 credits)


Please note: a course in Exceptional Education is required for non-teachers (which will take the place of the elective) EXCEDUC 600 Survey of Exceptional Education (U/G course; take as graduate credit)

Please note: All students in the School Counseling program are required to complete a portfolio requirement. Effective Fall 2008 all students will employ LiveText to develop an electronic version of their portfolio – and that there is a fee associated with the access to and use of LiveText.


School and Community
Counseling Master's
Handbook

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The Counseling Master's handbook contains program information, sample course sequences, information on dual concentrations, full and part-time plans, and other general information about the program.