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Master of Education
Counselor Education K-12

Graduate Core:

PSYC 515 Psychology of Development and Adjustment
EDUC 606 Research Methods
EDUC 607 Educational Measurement and Statistics

Area of Specialization:

CNSL 610 K-12 Counseling Program Development and Administration
CNSL 620 Educational and Psychological Appraisal
CNSL 625 Theories of Counseling and Development
CNSL 635 Counseling Skills and Practice
CNSL 638 Counseling Practicum
CNSL 643 Child and Adolescent Counseling
CNSL 652 Multi-Cultural Counseling
CNSL 654 Crisis Intervention Counseling
CNSL 660 Counseling & Medications
CNSL 661 Group Dynamics and Counseling
CNSL 671 Career Information System
CNSL 680 Counseling Internship ~ OR ~ CNSL 681 Counseling Internship-Community/Agency
CNSL 682 Advanced Counseling Practicum ~ OR ~ CNSL 683 Advanced Counseling Practicum-Community/Agency

Total minimum credits required for degree: 50

Students who complete the Master of Education, Counselor Education, can plan their program in a manner that may qualify them to be eligible to apply to the Licensing Board to become licensed clinical professional counselors (LCPC). Candidates for licensure must complete the Graduate Core, the Area of Specialization, a list of Specified Counseling Courses, for a minimum of (60) sixty semester credits.

Specified Counseling Courses:

CNSL 644 Marriage & Family Counseling
CNSL 648 Professional Ethics
CNSL 657 Community & Agency Consultation
CNSL 658 Diagnosis & Treatment in Counseling

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