The school counseling program prepares graduates to meet the growing needs in P-12 students. Today’s professional school counselor provides effective psychological and behavioral interventions to support academic, career, and personal/social. The school counseling program prepares graduates to work as counselors in public and private P-12 school settings. Students satisfactorily completing the School Counseling concentration requirements and receiving a passing score on the PRAXIS specialty examination will be eligible for licensure or certification as a school counselor.
Required Core Courses: (27 Semester Hours) CSDV 618 Addictions Counseling (3)CSDV 601 Counseling Theories (3) CSDV 602 Counseling Skills (3) CSDV 603 Career and Lifestyle Development (3) CSDV 605 Diversity Issues in Counseling (3) CSDV 606 Group Counseling (3) CSDV 607 Appraisal of the Individual (3) CSDV 614 Lifespan Developmental Counseling (3) EDUC 640 Educational Research, Design and Analysis (3) Specialized Studies: (21 hours) CSDV 608 Loss, Grief and Crisis Counseling (3) CSDV 613 Foundations and Ethical Issues in School Counseling (3) CSDV 615S School Program Planning, Consultation, and Supervision (3) CSDV 620 Clinical Psychopathology in Counseling (3) CSDV 621 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling (3) CSDV 622 Counseling Children and Adolescents (3) CSDV 623 Advanced Counseling Interventions (3) Professional Clinical Experiences: (12 hours) CSDV 610A Counseling Practicum I (3) CSDV 610B Counseling Practicum II (3) CSDV 611 Counseling Internship I (3) CSDV 612 Counseling Internship II (3) Total Semester Hours (60)
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