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Program Requirements

Degree Requirements
60 credits
 
 
  • CE 500 Research and Evaluation
  • CE 501 Bases of Psychopathology
  • CE 502 Foundations, Ethics, and Professional Issues in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • CE 503 Advanced Human Growth and Development
  • CE 508 Crisis Intervention
  • CE 509 Substance Abuse Assessment and Intervention
  • CE 510 Survey of Testing and Assessment
  • CE 520 Theories of Counseling
  • CE 522C Counseling for Individuals
  • CE 523C Group Counseling Techniques
  • CE 524 Theories and Techniques of Family Counseling
  • CE 530C Career Development Counseling
  • CE 536 Advanced Counseling: Theories and Techniques
  • CE 551 Multicultural Counseling
  • CE 597C Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum
  • CE 599C Internship: Clinical Mental Health Counseling (6 credits)
  • PS 517 Neuropsychological Issues, Treatments, and Assessments
  • 2 electives (6 credits) from CE and PS graduate courses. Electives must have prior approval from an advisor.  Students should consult with their state licensing board to determine appropriate electives.

With prior approval of faculty, other elective courses can be applied toward the student’s degree.