Course Rotation

Adopted Course Rotation: Counseling & Forensic Programs 2016 - 2017

 

Year/Semester

C/F/Both

Course

First Fall

Both

PSYC 6321 Psychopathology I

 

Both

PSYC 6333 Ethics and Practice of Psychology

 

Both

PSYC 6334 Theories and Issues in Psychotherapy

 

Both

PSYC 6336 Intellectual Assessment

12  hrs for both programs

First Spring

Both

PSYC 6332:     Advanced Social Psychology

 

Both

PSYC 6335 Techniques of Psychotherapy

 

Both

PSYC 6337 Personality Assessment

 

Counseling

PSYC 6352 Professional Practices

 

Forensic

PSYC 6343 Advanced Forensic Psychology (Professional Practices in Forensic Psychology – Name has not been changed!)

12 Hours for Both: 24 cumulative hours

First Summer

Both

PSYC 6331 Multicultural Psychology

 

Both

PSYC 6338 Group Psychotherapy

 

Forensic

PSYC 6327 Assessment for Forensic Psychology (online)

6 Hours for Counseling: 30 cumulative hours for Counseling

9 Hours for Forensic:  33 cumulative hours for Forensic

Second Fall

Both

PSYC 6303 / PSYC 6304 Practicum One

 

Both

PSYC 6326 Advanced Research Methods

 

Both

PSYC 6339 Theories and Techniques of Family Therapy

 

Both

PSYC 6330 Life-Span Developmental

12 Hours for Counseling: 42 cumulative hours for Counseling

12 Hours for Forensic:  45 cumulative hours for Forensic

Second Spring

Comps will be offered This Semester

 

Both

PSYC 6350 Addictions Counseling (misspelled in the catalog as Additions)

 

Both

PSYC 6322 Psychopathology II

 

Both

PSYC 6303 / PSYC 6304 Practicum Two

Every Other Year

School Only

PSYC 6330 Life-Span Developmental

9 Hours for Counseling: 51 cumulative hours for Counseling

9 Hours for Forensic:  54 cumulative hours for Forensic

Second Summer

Both

PSYC 6351:    Crisis Intervention

 

Both

PSYC 6303 / PSYC 6304 Practicum Three

 

Both

PSYC 6319 Vocational Psychology and Career Counseling

9 Hours for Counseling: 60 cumulative hours for Counseling

9 Hours for Forensic:  63 cumulative hours for Forensic

 

 

 

Recommended Schedule for Forensic Psychology Program

Year One-Fall

PSYC 6321            Psychopathology I

PSYC 6333            Ethics and Practice of Psychology

PSYC 6334            Theories and Issues in Psychotherapy

PSYC 6336            Intellectual Assessment

 

Year One-Spring

PSYC 6332            Advanced Social Psychology

PSYC 6335            Techniques of Psychotherapy

PSYC 6337            Personality Assessment

PSYC 6343            Professional Practices in Forensic Psychology

 

Year One-Summer

PSYC 6331            Multicultural Psychology

PSYC 6338            Group Psychotherapy

PSYC 6327            Assessment for Forensic Psychology

 

Year Two-Fall

PSYC 6304            Practicum in Forensic Psychology

PSYC 6326            Advanced Research Methods

PSYC 6330            Life-Span Developmental Psychology

PSYC 6339            Theory and Techniques of Family Therapy

 

Year Two-Spring

PSYC 6304            Practicum in Forensic Psychology

PSYC 6322            Psychopathology II

PSYC 6351            Addictions Counseling

Students should plan to take their Comprehensive Examination this semester.

 

Year Two-Summer

PSYC 6304            Practicum in Forensic Psychology

PSYC 6319            Vocational Psychology and Career Counseling

PSYC 6351            Crisis Counseling