Courses

  • COU 612 Professional Orientation & Ethical Practice
  • COU 614 Group Work in Counseling
  • COU 614 Group Work in Counseling Lab
  • COU 624 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy
  • COU 626 Social and Cultural Dimensions of Counseling
  • COU 628 Life-Span Human Development
  • COU 642 Career Development
  • COU 644 Counseling Prepracticum
  • COU 646 Assessment in Counseling
  • *COU 750 Practicum in Counseling
  • COU 758 Research Methods
  • *COU 790 Internship in Counseling (in a higher education setting)

In addition to the core counseling courses, students in the SAC program are required to complete the following Higher Education courses:

  • HED 664 Administrative Principles & Practices for Higher ED (3 credits)
  • HED 712 Research on the College Student (3 credits)
  • COU 700 Student Affairs Counseling (3 credits)
  • COU 651 Crisis Counseling (3 credits) OR
    COU 675 Substance Abuse (3 credits)
  • Electives

Student Affairs Counseling students may exceed the minimum 48-credits required for the degree and choose to take additional electives as part of their program of study. Students have a variety of courses from which to choose within the Counseling and Human Services Department, but are also allowed to choose related courses outside of the Department. CHS offers the folllowing elective options:

  • COU 651 Crisis Counseling (3 credits)
  • COU 675 Substance Abuse Counseling (3 credits)