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Student Affairs and College Counseling

Degree Requirements

A student may serve as a counselor in a technical school, college, or university upon completion of this program of study. These counselors may also facilitate student transitions to professional education and career placement.

Student Affairs & Higher Education Handbook

Typical Program of Study

(48 hours)

EDU 603  Introduction to Graduate Studies & Research (3)
CSL 636 Introduction to Student Services (3)
CSL 547 Multicultural Counseling (3)
CSL 580 Prof Counselors/Ethical Standards of Practice (3)
CSL 600 Theories of Counseling (3)
CSL 615 Career Dev and Life Planning (3)
CSL 625 Individual and Group Assessment (3)
CSL 630 Develop Csl over the Lifespan (3)
CSL 642 Consultation (2)
CSL 646  Student Affairs and College Counseling (2)
CSL 660 Pre-Practicum (3)
CSL 662 Practicum (3)
CSL 665 Group Counseling (3)
CSL 670 Org/Admin of Counseling Services (3)
CSL 675 & Diff. Diag. & Treatment Planning (3)
CSL 688 Crisis Intervention Counseling (3)

Internship Experience
CSL 697 Internship in Counseling (3)

The setting of an internship must be specific to the type of MSE that is selected. Students must acquire hours to satisfy the appropriate certification and licensure requirements.