Graduate 2020-2021

School Counseling M.A.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

This program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.

See “School Counseling M.A.

Degree Requirements — 63-75 Credits

Recommended Electives

APCE 508Workshop

1- 3

APCE 609Foundations of Play Therapy

3

APCE 617Play Therapy: Theory and Practicum

3

APCE 668Sexuality Counseling

3

APCE 785Advanced Practicum in Community Engagement: Campus Connections

1

Required Major Credits — 63 hours

APCE 558Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

3

APCE 602Foundations of School Counseling

3

APCE 603Understanding Children, Adolescents, and Their Systems

3

APCE 605Group Laboratory Experience

1

APCE 606Theories and Practices in Group Guidance

3

APCE 607Theories of Counseling

3

APCE 608Organization, Administration and Evaluation of School Counseling Programs

3

APCE 612Practicum in Individual Counseling

5

APCE 614Internship in School Counseling and Guidance

1- 9

APCE 616Career Theory, Counseling and Assessment

3

APCE 619Practicum II in Individual Counseling

3

APCE 623Understanding and Counseling Diverse Populations

3

APCE 624Assessment and Treatment of Substance Abuse

3

APCE 657Legal and Ethical Aspects of Counseling and Psychology

3

APCE 660Psychological Consultation: Theory and Practice

3

APCE 661Psychological Trauma and Intervention for Individuals, Families and Communities

3

APCE 665Family Systems

3

APCE 673Appraisal and Assessment in Counseling

3

PSY 530Life Span Developmental Psychology

3

SRM 600Introduction to Graduate Research

3

APCE 614: Take 6 hours.

Students wishing to obtain Colorado licensure in this area are required to pass proficiency examination(s). Students should contact the Teaching/Special Services Licensing Office for information.