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Course Sequence 
Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology

Courses in this program are designed to prepare graduates to provide evaluation, counseling, therapy, and consultation services in a variety of counseling settings.

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FIRST YEAR


Fall

 
Theories of Counseling 3 credits
Assessment and Counseling Skills 3 credits
Professional, Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling 3 credits


Winter

 
Program Evaluation, Research Methods and Statistics 3 credits
Foundations of Psychotherapy 3 credits
Lifespan Development 3 credits


Spring

 
Social and Cultural Foundations in Counseling  3 credits
Counseling Perspectives on Psychopathology 3 credits
Tests and Measurements 3 credits


Summer

 
Group Therapy 3 credits

TOTAL CREDITS FIRST YEAR
30
 

SECOND YEAR


Fall

 
Research Seminar I* 1 credit
Practicum/Internship Seminar I 2 credits
Behavioral Change in Health Counseling 3 credits


Winter

 
Research Seminar II* 1 credit
Practicum/Internship Seminar II 2 credits
Counseling in Healthcare Settings: Integrating Seminar 3 credits


Spring

 
Research Seminar III* 1 credit
Practicum/Internship Seminar III 2 credits
Elective 3 credits

TOTAL CREDITS SECOND YEAR
18
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE COMPLETION
48

* Students complete an independent research project proposal in collaboration with a faculty mentor.

Interprofessional healthcare activities include job shadowing in a healthcare setting and seeing patients as part of a healthcare team (doctors, physician assistants and psychology students).

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