Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Candidates in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling1 MA program must complete a minimum of 60 credits. Candidates are expected to maintain an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
|Social and Cultural Foundations|
|CN 0433||Multicultural Issues in Counseling||3|
|CN 0447||Lifespan Human Development||3|
|PY 0437||Psychopathology and Classification II||3|
|CN 0468||Professional Issues in Counseling||3|
|CN 0500||Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy||3|
|CN 0553||Counseling Relationships and Skills 2||3|
|CN 0455||Group Work: Theory and Practice||3|
|Lifestyle and Career Development|
|CN 0457||Career Development: Theory and Practice||3|
|CN 0467||Assessment in Counseling||3|
|Research and Evaluation|
|CN 0566||Research Methodology||3|
|CN 0558||Counseling Practicum 2||3|
|CN 0590C||Internship: Clinical Mental Health Counseling 2||6|
|CN 0432||Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Management, Delivery, and Evaluation||3|
|CN 0465||Introduction to Substance Abuse and Addictions||3|
|CN 0515||Trauma and Crisis Intervention||3|
|CN 0585||Introduction to Clinical Supervision||3|
|FT 0550||Introduction to Marriage and Family Therapy||3|
|PY 0480||Consulting Theory and Practice||3|
|Select one elective course in consultation with advisor||3|
|CN 0099||Comprehensive Exam 3||0|
CACREP accredited until 2025.
Grades of B or better are required in all clinical coursework.
May be taken during the last semester of study or one semester prior. Note: Registration is required to sit for the exam.