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Counselor Education

Counseling - Student Affairs and College Counseling

The 48-semester hour M.Ed. in Counseling with a Student Affairs and College Counseling concentration is designed to prepare qualified professionals that operate in higher education settings from a foundation in counseling theory and skills, human development principles, and targeted exposure to issues and practices salient to work in student affairs and college counseling settings such as academic advising offices, career development centers, college-based counseling centers, and clinical mental health counseling centers. The Student Affairs and College Counseling concentration requires courses covering the 8 foundational areas in counseling along with courses focused on working in college settings, crisis and trauma response, and student populations.


  • COUN 6311 Multicultural Counseling
  • COUN 6321 Professional Orientation to Counseling and Ethics
  • COUN 6346 Introduction to Student Services in Higher Education
  • COUN 6316 Addiction Counseling
  • COUN 6318 Assessment in Counseling
  • COUN 6322 Abnormal Human Behavior
  • COUN 6325 Career Education: The Counselor’s Role
  • COUN 6327 Theories of Counseling
  • COUN 6329 Group Counseling: Theory & Techniques
  • COUN 6332 Counseling Across the Life Span
  • COUN 6333 Counseling Techniques
  • COUN 6344 The College Student
  • COUN 6345 Research and Program Evaluation
  • COUN 6303 Practicum in Counseling
  • COUN 6348 Internship I
  • COUN 6348 Internship II



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