Master of Arts in School Counseling
Candidates in the School Counseling MA program must complete a minimum of 48 credits. Candidates are expected to maintain an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The MA program of study in School Counseling allows candidates to complete the state certification requirements.
|Social and Cultural Foundations|
|CN 0433||Multicultural Issues in Counseling||3|
|CN 0447||Lifespan Human Development||3|
|PY 0436||Psychopathology and Classification I||3|
|CN 0468||Professional Issues in Counseling||3|
|CN 0500||Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy||3|
|CN 0553||Counseling Relationships and Skills 1||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 1||3|
|CN 0590S||Internship: School Counseling 1||6-12|
|CN 0531||School Counseling: Procedures, Organization, and Evaluation||3|
|SE 0405||Exceptional Learners in the Mainstream 2||3|
|Select one elective course in consultation with advisor||3|
|CN 0099||Comprehensive Exam in Clinical Mental Health Counseling 3||0|
Grades of B or better are required in all clinical coursework.
Not required for MA, but required for school counseling certification when the candidate lacks a valid Connecticut Educator Certificate.
May be taken during the last semester of study or one semester prior. Note: Registration is required to sit for the exam.