The counselor education faculty have outlined this typical schedule for first-year students who are planning to enroll on either a part-time or full-time basis.
You should use the information below to help you plan, and register for classes as soon as possible upon receiving notification of your acceptance into the program to enhance the likelihood of obtaining a preferred schedule.
For each semester, options are given for enrollment in order to meet the needs of individual students to structure either full-time or part-time course loads. Please refer to the Graduate Studies Catalog for additional information about specific course content.
We encourage you to meet with your advisor to set up a plan of studies.
Core Courses (First Year):
COUN 601 – Counselor Professional Identity and Function of Clinical Mental Health Counselors (fall)
COUN 605 – Counseling Theories (fall)
COUN 620 – Group Counseling Procedures and Techniques (spring)
COUN 625 – Professional Identity and Function of School Counselors (fall)
COUN 670 – Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling (spring)
EDHD 602 – Human Development (fall or spring)
*EDHD 609 – Research Methods and Applications is offered fall, spring, and sometimes in the summer term; there is no pre-requisite.