Counseling - Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration (M.A.)

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Program Requirements

Core Courses
COUN 531Counseling Across the Life Span3
COUN 552Introduction to Professional and Ethical Issues in Counseling3
COUN 577Counseling Theories3
COUN 579Appraisal of the Individual3
COUN 582Career Counseling3
COUN 584Group Counseling: Theory and Practice3
COUN 588Counseling Techniques3
COUN 595Multicultural Counseling and Development3
EDFD 503Methods of Research3
COUN 624Counseling Practicum3
Concentration Requirements and Electives
COUN 540Introduction to Substance Abuse Counseling3
COUN 604Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis3
COUN 605Clinical Mental Health Counseling3
COUN 652Introduction to Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling3
COUN 666Advanced Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling3
COUN 668Supervision, Consultation and Leadership3
Select two of the following:6
Counseling Children and Adolescents
Theories of Consultation
Treatment in the Context of the Family
Counseling Adults
Strategies in Gerontological Counseling
Special Topics in Counseling
Ecotherapy: Applied Ecopsychology
Counseling the Adoption Triad
Counseling Older Adults
Gender Issues in Counseling
COUN 654Internship in Counseling I3
COUN 674Internship in Counseling II3
Comprehensive Examination
In the term that you sit for exam, register for the section which matches your major and advisor. Successfully pass the exam.
Comprehensive Examination
Total Credits60