M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Required Courses
COUN 5300Behavioral Statistics3
COUN 5301Research Methods3
COUN 5304Human Development3
COUN 5393Clinical Mental Health Practicum3
COUN 5311Cultural, Minority and Gender Issues3
COUN 5313Crisis Intervention and Management3
COUN 5350Foundations of Counseling3
COUN 5351Career Counseling and Guidance3
COUN 5353Personality and Counseling Theory Application3
COUN 5354Group Procedure for Counselors3
COUN 5356Introduction to Family Counseling3
COUN 5357Methods and Practices in Counseling3
COUN 5358Counseling Perspective on Psychopathology3
COUN 5381Assessment and Evaluation Fundamentals3
COUN 5383Consultation and Supervision3
COUN 5365Ethical Foundation of Counseling3
COUN 5363Substance Abuse3
COUN 5386Clinical Mental Health Internship (1)3
COUN 5386Clinical Mental Health Internship (2)3
COUN 5090Comprehensive Examination0
Elective
Graduate-level elective3
Total Semester Credit Hours60

Course Information and Schedule

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Program Entry Requirements

Students will be admitted into the M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling program by the faculty once the application criteria are met. To be accepted into the M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, students must:

  • Programs of Psychology and Counseling Department Application
  • Timely submission of admission materials (as listed in current handbook)
  • Submitted GRE test scores

Program Level Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the curriculum content of CACREP’s eight core areas.

  2. Demonstrate the ability to use foundational counseling techniques/micro-skills.

  3. Demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to apply ethical standards and engage in ethical counseling and professional practice.

  4. Demonstrate knowledge of counseling diverse populations.

  5. Demonstrate skills related to counseling diverse populations.

  6. Demonstrate a professional identity, as well as professionalism, and fitness to practice as a professional counselor.