M.A. in Counseling Psychology

Core Curriculum (60 credits)

First year Course Sequence, fall

PSYC 5325 – Psychopathology
PSYC 5304 – Counseling and Psychotherapy
PSYC 5331 – Lifestyles and Career Development
PSYC 5310 – Data Analysis in Social Research

First year Course Sequence, spring

PSYC 5333 – Ethics and Professional Issues
PSYC 5308 – Introduction to Counseling Psychology
PSYC 5317 – Multicultural Counseling
PSYC 5381 – Behavioral Research Science*

First year Course Sequence, summer

PSYC 5336 – Clinical Assessment of Abnormal Behavior
PSYC 5303 – Addictions Counseling
*Prerequisite PSYC 5310

Second year Course Sequence, fall

PSYC 5306 – Thesis, 6 hours, or
PSYC 5305 – Graduate Research Project, 3 hours
PSYC 5315 – Practicum in Counseling
PSYC 5319 – Life Span Development
PSYC 5336 – Adv. Abnormal Psychology

Second year Course Sequence, spring

PSYC 5306 – Thesis, 6 hours or
PSYC 5305 – Graduate Research Project, 3 hours
PSYC 5315 – Practicum in Counseling
PSYC 5334 – Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology
PSYC 5344 – Group Therapy**
**Prerequisite 30 semester hours with a minimum B average including PSYC 5304 & 5308

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