Counseling & Applied Educational Psychology

Counseling Psychology Curriculum

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Required Courses SH

Course NumberCourse Title
CAEP 6200 Counseling Theory in an Ecological Context
CAEP 6201 Introduction to Assessment
CAEP 6202 Research Evaluation and Data Analysis
Or PHTH 6320 Qualitative Methods in Health and Illness
CAEP 6203 Understanding Cultural Diversity
CAEP 6220 Life Span Counseling
CAEP 6235 Vocational Ed. and Career Development
CAEP 6242 Psychopathology and Treatment Planning
CAEP 6250 Individual Interventions
CAEP 6260 Community Counseling Psychology
CAEP 6282 Ethics and Professional Development
CAEP 6287 Group Counseling
CAEP 6375 Substance Use and Treatment
CAEP 6380 Seminar in Feminist Psychology
CAEP 6399 Clinical Skills
CAEP 6401 Practicum
CAEP 6510 MSCP Internship I
CAEP 6511 MSCP Internship II
Sub-Total - 51 S.H.

Electives S.H.

Course NumberCourse Title
CAEP 6215 Groups: Dynamics and Leadership
CAEP 6218 Infant, Child and Adolescent Development
CAEP 6222 Human Sexuality
CAEP 6230 Health Issues
CAEP 6286 Family Counseling Intervention
CAEP 6247 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
CAEP 6275 Counseling Strategies for Children and Adolescents
CAEP 6283 Brief Therapies
CAEP 6290 Reality Therapy
CAEP 6330 Community Based Treatment
CAEP 6390 History and Systems Psychology
CAEP 6394 Advanced Multicultural Psychology
CAEP 6720 Advanced Clinical Interventions
CAEP 6758 Advances Theories of Psychotherapy
Sub-Total For 3 Electives - 9 S.H.

Total number of credits 60 SH

The typical length of the program is two years full time. This includes a required 700-hour practicum/internship experience supervised by licensed mental health professionals. Sites for these experiences may include: hospital inpatient psychiatric units, community-based counseling services, women's crisis centers, and other settings.


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