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Program of Study (Word format)

Department of Counseling

Master’s Degree - Program of Study Work Sheet

 

Concentration:  School Counseling    Clinical Mental Health Counseling     Addiction Counseling       

Indicate below the semester you plan to take the appropriate courses. You should keep a record to follow your progress through the program.

Core Courses:

CSLG  6104

Counseling Across the Lifespan (FA, SP, SU)

 

 

RSCH 6101

Educational Research Methods (FA, SP,SU)

RSCH 6109

Assessment 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 & Social Justice 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, SU) (300 hours)

CSLG 7435           

Internship II (FA, SP, SU) (300 hours)

 

School Concentration:

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)

 

Clinical Mental Health Concentration:

CSLG 7170         

Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling (FA, SU)

CSLG 6153           

Diagnosis & Treatment in Counseling (SP, SU)

CSLG

Addictions Elective

 

 

Electives (4 for School Concentration & 4 for Clinical Mental Health Concentration)

 

Addictions Concentration:
See when courses are offered. (1 course per semester, except SU II)

CSLG 7170           

Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling (FA, SU)

CSLG 6153           

Diagnosis & Treatment in Counseling (SP, SU)

Four Addiction Courses and Completion of the Internship I & II experience in an Addiction Counseling Facility/Location.

CSLG 6160

Theories of Addiction **

CLSG 6161

Assessment and Diagnosis of Addictive Disorders**  

CSLG 6162

Interventions in Addiction Counseling** 

CSLG 6163

Treatment Planning and Relapse Prevention in Addiction Counseling **

CSLG 6164

The McLeod Institute on Addiction (Pre-SU 1)

 

**Courses required for Addictions Counseling Concentration

 

Play Therapy Concentration:
This is a secondary concentration which means you do it in addition to your degree concentration

Required:

 

CSLG 7142

Intro to Play Therapy (FA, SP, SU)

In addition, select 2 of these 3:

CSLG 7143

Child-Centered Relationship Training: An Approach for Training Parents/Caregivers/Teachers (SP)

CSLG 7144

Contemporary Theories of Play Therapy (FA)

CSLG 7147

Multicultural & Social Justice Issues in Play Therapy (hybrid, FA)

Elective

To be approved by Director of Play Therapy Concentration

CSLG 7145

Special Topics in Play Therapy (e.g. Conference (hybrid, Pre-SU II); Expressive Arts)

 

Course above not selected or approved by Director of PT program

 

Note: Courses outside your concentration i.e. CSLG 6153, CSLG 6164, can be used as an elective.

Possible Electives:

CSLG 6000

Topics in Counseling: (topics vary):

Expressive Arts across the Lifespan (SU)

Trauma (SU)

CSLG 6201

Counseling Needs of Women (Alternate SP, even years)

CSLG 6205

Counseling Older Adults (SU)

CSLG 7142

Introduction to Play Therapy (FA, SP, SU)

CSLG 7146

Counseling Adolescents (SU) 

CSLG 7600

Sexual Orientation Diversity in Clinical Practice (Alternate SP, odd years)

CSLG 7601

Counseling & Spirituality (SP)

CSLG 7680

Crisis Counseling (FA,SU)

CSLG 7681

Grief & Loss Counseling (FA)