School Counseling Program

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The School Counseling is designed to train potential counselors to work in elementary and secondary school setting. This page provides some information in regards to the school program.  Each student must work closely with his or her advisor in regards to the students program of study.

School Counseling with emphasis in
   Elementary
   Secondary


CP 610 Counseling Orientation and Ethics (3)
CP 611 Developmental Theories (3)
CP 612 Counseling Theories (3)
CP 613 Social & Cultural Aspects of Counseling (3)
CP 614 Counseling Skills (3)
CP 615 Career Development (3)
CP 616 Group Counseling (3)
CP 617 Assessment in Counseling (3)
GR 691 Methods of Research (3)
CP 630 Foundations of School Counseling(3)
CP 631 Crisis Intervention and Consultation
CP 643 Psychodiagnostics and Treatment
CP 680 Counseling Practicum (3)
CP 682 Internship - Elementary(3)
CP 683 Internship - Secondary(3)
CP 684 Internship - School Counseling (3-6)
(both elementary and secondary internships required for K-12)
A total of 9 internship credits required.


48 Total Credits

Prerequisites: Teaching Certificate
OR (No Teaching Certificate):
    EX 390 - Psychology & Education of the Exceptional Child
    OR
    EX 635 - Psychology and Education of Students with Special Needs
 AND
   EA 653 - Curriculum for Leaders in Education
OR
    SE 635 - Theory of Learning and Instructional Strategies
  

Initial Study Plan

Provisional School Certification Requirements

On-Campus Course Rotation

 

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