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Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration

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Concentration Coursework (15 credits)

Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a concentration in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s program.  All students in this area of study must complete 60-credits of coursework as well as 700 hours of fieldwork. Fieldwork must be completed at the end of the program over two semesters, at a minimum. Students in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program all take 36-credits of core coursework and 9-credits of fieldwork at the end of the program. In addition, students in this concentration will take the following courses:

Code Course Title Credits
COUN 515 Substance Abuse Counseling 3
COUN 516 Strategies in Addictions Counseling 3
CNPY 516 Advanced Psychopathology 3
COUN 660 Counseling Supervision 3
  Elective 3

Student Assistance Coordinator Certificate

Additional coursework required in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Concentration to qualify for the Student Assistance Coordinator Certificate:

Code Course Title Credits
EDSO 501 Foundations of Counseling in Educational Settings and Referral Sources for Students and Students with Special Needs 3
CNPY 518 Counseling with Children, Adolescents, & Their Families 3
CNSC 580, CNSC 581, CNSC 590, or CNSC 591 SAC supervised fieldwork (practicum or an internship) 3
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