Degree Requirements

Graduate coursework includes 60 academic hours plus nine hours of practicum/internship credit. Graduate courses cover topics such as:

  • Introduction to School Counseling
  • Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • Advanced Lifespan Development Psychology
  • Professional Issues and Ethics in Counseling
  • Analysis of the Individual
  • Theory and Procedures in Group Counseling
  • Career and Lifestyle Development
  • Counseling Strategies with Children and Adolescents
  • Basic Facilitative Skills
  • Adult and Child Psychopathology
  • Educational Research
  • Interventions for Diverse Needs
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Introduction to Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Cross Cultural Counseling
  • School Counseling Practicum I
  • School Counseling Internship I
  • School Counseling Internship II
  • 9 hours of approved electives

In addition, candidates must successfully complete a master’s comprehensive examination.

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