Jul 16, 2024  
2016-2017 Course Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Counseling and Applied Behavioral Studies


The Department of Counseling and Applied Behavioral Studies offers programs: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A.  and School Counseling, M.A.  These programs are committed to educating behavioral health professionals who will provide leadership in serving the needs of both the local and global community. The department also offers an Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis, M.S.  and an Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate .

Graduate Programs:

Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate 
Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis, M.S.  
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A. 
School Counseling, M.A.  

B.A. to M.A. Programs, Accelerated

Accelerated B.A. in Psychology or Human Development and Family Studies to M.A. in Counseling

Outstanding undergraduate students in Psychology  or Human Development and Family Studies , upon receiving approval, may enroll in two introductory level three-credit graduate counseling classes during their senior year. The six graduate credits, if successfully completed, count toward undergraduate graduation requirements.

Upon graduation and successful completion (B or better) of the graduate courses and the recommendation by the graduate faculty who taught them, the student may apply for matriculation into the master of arts in Counseling  without submitting the two letters of recommendation or completing the admissions essay.

Admission requirements for Accelerated Program  :

  • Second semester junior majoring in Psychology or Human Development and Family Studies
  • 3.2 GPA
  • Departmental recommendation
  • Invitation by the undergraduate department to participate