Program Outline

Courses required for graduation with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling

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FIRST YEAR:

(Full-time students will complete 37 credits, including summer term)

Fall Semester
EDCE 560 Critical Issues in Counseling 3 credits
EDCE 639 Counseling Theories 3 credits
EDCE 695 Counseling Pre-Practicum 3 credits
EDCE 698 Research and Statistics 4 credits
EDCE 583 Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling 2 credits
15 Credits Total

Spring Semester
EDCE 588 Human Growth and Development 3 credits
EDCE 616 Psychopathology & Psychopharmacology 4 credits
EDCE 650 Group Process 2 credits
EDCE 696 Counseling Practicum 3 credits
EDCE 589 Marriage and Family Counseling
3 credits
15 Credits Total

Summer Semester
EDCE 565 Assessment in Counseling 3 credits
EDCE 605 Occupational Choice and Career Development in Counseling
2 credits
EDCE 603 Human Sexuality
2 credits
7 Credits Total


SECOND YEAR:

(Full-time students will complete 23 credits, including Summer Term)

Fall Semester
EDCE 697 A Counseling Internship 5 credits
EDCE 664 Group Facilitation 2 credits
EDCE 592 Advanced Family Systems 3 credits
10 Credits Total

Spring Semester
EDCE 697 B Counseling Internship 5 credits
EDCE 550 Multicultural Counseling 3 credits
EDCE 638 Theories of Couples Counseling 2 credits
10 Credits Total

Summer Semester
EDCE 689 Professional Seminar 3 credits
EDCE 699 Comprehensive Oral Examination 0 credit
  3 Credits Total

M.A. PROGRAM: 60 CREDITS