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2022 - 2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022 - 2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling, MEd


Program of Study for Clinical Mental Health Addictions


Sequence for Full-Time Students

Fall 1 (15 credits)

EDUC C29 Substance Abuse and Society (3)  

EDUC C32 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy (3)  

EDUC C33 Techniques of Counseling (3)  

EDUC C34 Group Theory and Techniques (3)  

EDUC C43 Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling (3)  

Spring 1 (12 credits)

EDUC C44 Addictions Counseling (3)  

EDUC F65 Research Methods in Education (3)  

EDUC C42 Supervised Practicum in Counseling (3)  

EDUC 624 Theory and Practice of Multi‑Cultural Counseling (3)  

Summer Year 1 (9 credits)

EDUC C46 Contemporary Issues in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3)  

EDUC 636 Addictions and Family Systems (3)  

EDUC 645 The Counselor and Psychopathology (3)  

Fall 2 (12 credits)

EDUC F67 Psychological and Educational Measurement (3)  

EDUC C45 Transpersonal Counseling: Theory, Research and Practice (3)  

EDUC C47 Internship in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3)  

Required Elective (3)

Spring 2 (12 credits)

EDUC F09 Human Growth and Development: A Life-Span Perspective (3)  

EDUC C47 Internship in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3)  

EDUC C31 Career Development (3)  

EDUC 627 Marriage and Family Counseling (3)  

Total Credit Hours: 60

Culminating Experience

This internship experience constitutes the culminating activities for this program. To qualify for the degree, students must satisfactorily complete two semesters of EDUC C47.

Required Survey

Counseling students are required to complete an online exit survey during the final semester.