Course Requirements

Click here for sample programs of study for the school counseling Masters degree. Note that all students are required to consult with their advisor to design their individual program of study.

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Core courses: 
CSLG  6104Counseling Across the Lifespan (FA, SP, SU)
RSCH 6101Educational Research Methods (FA, SP,SU)
RSCH 6109Assessment and Evaluation Methods (FA, SP, SU)
CSLG 6100           Theories of Counseling  (FA,SU)
CSLG 6101           Ethical and Professional Issues in Counseling (FA, SU)
CSLG 6110           Counseling Techniques (FA, SP)
CSLG 6111           Advanced Counseling Techniques (FA, SP, SU)
CSLG 6120           Group Counseling (FA, SP)
CSLG 6145           Multicultural Counseling (FA, SP, SU)
CSLG 6150           Career Development and Counseling (SP, SU)
CSLG 7430           Practicum in Counseling (FA, SP) (150 hours)
CSLG 7435           Internship I (FA, SP) (300 hours)
CSLG 7435           Internship II (FA, SP) (300 hours)
CSLG 7141            The Professional School Counselor (FA, SU)
CSLG 7646            Advocacy & Leadership in Professional School Counseling (FA, SP)
CSLG 7140            Consultation in School Counseling (SU)
Electives (Select 4 for School Concentration):

Note: If you plan to work in the elementary school setting or with small children under age 10 or younger, you must take CSLG 7142: Introduction to Play Therapy as one of your electives prior to or concurrent with your Practicum or Internship experience.