School Counseling Graduate Program

The school counseling program is designed to prepare students to serve the multiple mental health or counseling needs within schools in an urban setting. Students will be given a strong preparation in clinical intervention with a specific emphasis on meeting needs of urban youth and their families. Additionally, students will learn how to develop a primary intervention program that impacts the entire school community through implementation of the American School Counseling Association (ASCA) Model. Students will also learn how to organize counseling interventions, which are integrated into the school curriculum. Prevention and early intervention will be the primary goals taught to our students.

School Track

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COUN 5600 Introduction to School Counseling3
COUN 5640 Counseling Theories and Ethics3
COUN 5650 Microcounseling3
COUN 5660 Advanced Lifespan Development 3
COUN 5670 Principles and Techniques of Group Counseling3
COUN 5710 Multicultural Issues in Counseling3
COUN 5720 Life-style and Career Development3
COUN 5730 Techniques of Assessment and Diagnosis3
COUN 5740 Treatment Interventions for Urban Youth and Families3
COUN 5780 Advanced School Counseling Applications3
COUN 5790 Pre-Practicum Counseling Laboratory3
COUN 5800 Research, Statistics and Program Evaluation3
COUN 5840 Advanced Psychopathology3
COUN 5950 Practicum (100 hrs Field Placement)3
COUN 5990 Internship in School Counseling (600 hours in Field Placement)6
COUN Electives  (5500 or higher level)3
Overall Required Courses