M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
This CACREP accredited program consists of a minimum of 63 hours of counseling courses that provide students with a thorough background in the areas of individual and group counseling theories and skills; clinical practice; ethical, professional and legal issues in counseling; social and cultural factors in counseling; human development across the lifespan; work, leisure and career development theories and interventions; assessment in counseling, and the application of research. This program prepares students for licensing and national certification, as well as careers in mental health agencies, hospital programs, private practices, counseling centers, and other private and public mental health facilities.
Students enrolled in the program must complete a comprehensive examination prior to entering internship.
Students enrolled in the program must:
- Have been admitted to degree candidacy.
- Have passed the comprehensive examination.
- Have completed the required course of study with a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or better. Coursework with a recorded grade below “C” will not count towards the degree.
|CO 700||Orientation to the Professions of Counseling and Human Relat||3|
|CO 702||Human Growth and Development||3|
|CO 703||Research and Program Evaluation||3|
|CO 704||Social and Cultural Diversity||3|
|CO 705||Theories of Counseling||3|
|CO 710||Counseling Techniques||3|
|CO 711||Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Counseling||3|
|CO 712||Group Process||3|
|CO 721||Assessment in Counseling||3|
|CO 722||Career Development and Counseling||3|
|CO 723||Counseling Young Children and Adolescents||3|
|CO 801||Marriage and Family Counseling||3|
|CO 805||Addictions Counseling: Treatment and Contemporary Issues||3|
|CO 827||Crisis Intervention||3|
|CO 846||Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Planning||3|
|CO 891||Counseling Internship I||3|
|CO 892||Counseling Internship II||3|
|CO 893||Counseling Internship III||3|