Curriculum- Mental Health Counseling, M.S.

The curriculum operates on a cohort model so that each incoming class completes the same program of study together, creating a supportive environment where students can develop personally and professionally. Students must register as a full-time student each semester and attend classes during the day.

First Year

Course Credit
MH6100 Professional Orientation and Ethics 3
MH6110 Intro to Counseling Theory and Practice 3
MH6120 Psychopathology 3
MH6530 Principles and Techniques of Counseling 3
MH6130 Psychosocial & Cultural Perspectives: Theory & Practice I 3
MH6140 Practicum I 3
MH6510 Assessment Techniques in Counseling 3
MH6520 Multicultural Counseling Lab 3
MH6540 Practicum II 3
MH7500 Diagnosis and Treatment of Addictive Disorders 3

Second Year

Course Credit
MH6500 Lifespan Development 3
MH7100 Counseling Children and Families 3
MH7110 Group Counseling 3
MH7120 Psychosocial & Cultural Perspectives: Theory & Practice II 3
MH7130 Clinical Internship in Mental Health Counseling I 6
MH7510 Career Development 3
MH7520 Research Methods in Counseling 3
MH7530 Clinical Internship in Mental Health Counseling II 6