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Community Counseling

The course information below is only for students currently enrolled in the Community Counseling emphasis. 


As of Summer 2011, program enrollment in this emphasis is no longer available to future applicants.  Anyone interested in a community or clinical mental health masters program should visit our "Clinical Mental Health" emphasis page.  

48 Credits 

Required Courses

Course #

Course Name

Prerequisite(s)

Credits

700 Professional Identity and Ethics
  3
701 Theoretical Foundations of Counseling   3
702 Counseling Process
3
704 Assessment Techniques in Counseling   3
708 Career Development 

3
711 Life Span Development in Counseling   
3
729 Community Counseling
3
730 Mental Health Counseling

3
731 Group Counseling Process

3
770 Foundations of Educational Research
  3
776
Addictions in Counseling

3
788 Social and Cultural Foundations
3
794 Counseling Practicum
Admission to Candidacy and 731; 730 or concurrent
3/5
797 Counseling Internship I
794 3
798 Counseling Internship II
797 3

Electives

Course #

Course Name

Prerequisite(s)

Credits

724 Current Issues
  1-3
728 Grief Counseling
  3
784 Relational Systems in Counseling

3

               
* Other out-of-department electives can be taken if approved by the Professional Counseling Department. Students must consult with their adviser in selecting recommended electives from the list in the Graduate Bulletin.

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