School Counseling Program
The concentration in school counseling is designed to prepare beginning counselors to work within a school environment. Successful completion of the program and exit exam results in Pre-K through 12 certification as a school counselor.
|EPSY 5010||Methods of Educational Research|
|COUN 5020||Introduction to the Counseling Profession|
|COUN 5100||Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling|
|COUN 5430||Theories of Human Development|
|COUN 5440||Theories and Techniques of Counseling|
|COUN 5450||Counseling Skills|
|COUN 5470||Group Counseling|
|COUN 5480||Measurements and Assessments in Counseling|
|COUN 5490||Career Development and Counseling|
|COUN 5540||Counseling Children and Adolescents|
|COUN 5620||Seminar in School Counseling|
|COUN 5650||Examination and Implementation of School Counseling Principles|
|COUN 5760||Theories and Practice of Multicultural Counseling|
|COUN 5550||Counseling Practicum|
|COUN 5700||Internship in Elementary School Counseling|
|COUN 5710||Internship in Secondary School Counseling|
Leveling courses (non-teachers only)
|EDUC 4000||Survey of Exceptional Learners|
|EDUC 4850||Orientation to Schools for Counselors|
The comprehensive exam is an exit examination required of all master’s degree students. It is ordinarily taken during the student’s last semester of study in the program. The purpose of the exam is to assess the student’s knowledge of counseling to ensure minimum competence in the field. The CPCE will also provide collective feedback that can be used by the program in developing/adapting curriculum.
Dr. Kristi Gibbs is the Interim Coordinator of the School Counseling Program.