The Department of Counseling and School Psychology prepares individuals to enter professional roles as family therapists, mental health counselors, school guidance counselors, and school psychologists. Our department is housed in the College of Education and Human Development. We are unified by shared goals and a common mission. These include preparing our graduates to be thoughtful and responsive professionals, particularly in meeting the needs of those who live in urban and diverse environments. The content and experiences within our programs are systematically designed to build on the mission of the college and university.
Goals and Objectives
The primary goal of the Department of Counseling and School Psychology is to prepare highly qualified thoughtful and responsive professionals educated to serve a diverse urban population as family therapists, mental health counselors, school counselors, and school psychologists. The following objectives are necessary to pursue the department's goal:
1. Students will become knowledgeable and skilled practitioners through training and experiences in:
2. Students will become caring, principled, and respectful professionals through training and experiences in:
3. Students will become committed agents of change for social justice through training and experiences in:
4. Students will become committed reflective and critical thinkers through training and experiences in:
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