Academics

Required Courses for Counseling Psychology

Counseling Psychology Required Courses (Post-Master’s):

Prerequisites from Masters in Counseling (Required of post-Bachelor’s students): Abnormal/Individual Differences; Vocational Counseling/Development; Counseling Theories; Group Counseling; Human Development/Lifespan Development; Multicultural/Cross-Cultural; Family Therapy

Social Justice, Systems Change & Professional Foundations: 9
CSP 701 Social Justice in Counseling and School Psychology (3)
CSP 702 Foundations and Ethics in Counseling Psychology  (3)
CSP 787 Advanced Practicum  I (includes policy focus) (3)

Research: 26
CSP 703 Research Team (5)
CSP 704 Qualitative and Quantitative Research (3)
CSP 708 Intermediate Statistics (3)
Psych 770 Advanced Statistics (3)
CSP 891 Dissertation Seminar (3)
CSP Dissertation (9)

Practice & Prevention:  36
CSP 717  Advanced Practice (3)
SPY 602 Cognitive Assessment (3)
CSP 706 Adult Personality Assessment (3)
CSP 783 Advanced Practicum I & II (6)
CSP***Advanced Practicum in Career & Group Work (3)
CSP 888-889 Internship (18)

Teaching & Supervision: 6
CSP 782 Teaching in Counseling and School Psychology (3)
CSP 780 Supervision  (3)

Psychological Foundations:  12 or 15
CSP 680 History & Systems (3)
Psych 641  Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior (3)
CSP 705 Social and Cultural Psychology (3)
COU 665 Biological Bases of Behavior (3)
Missing lifespan development at doctoral level (include explicitly in advanced practice or throughout curriculum?)

Suggested Electives:  6
Psychclin Qualitative (3)
CSP 801 Social Justice Transnational Experience (3)
CSP Advanced Prac in Policy and Intervention II (3)
CSP 752 Health Psychology  (3)