Required Curriculum

Program of Study for the M.S. in School Counseling

HDSV 701 - Counseling Exceptional Children
HDSV 702 - Human Development
HDSV 704 - School Counseling
HDSV 706 - Organization and Administration of Counseling Programs
HDSV 709 - Statistics and Research Methodology
HDSV 710 - Professional Orientation and Ethics in Counseling
HDSV 712 - Counseling School Age Children
HDSV 713 - Theories of Counseling
HDSV 735 - Counseling Methods (Lab)
HDSV 736 - Multicultural Counseling
HDSV 740 - Appraisal
HDSV 750 - Group Counseling (Lab)
HDSV 760 - Career Counseling (Lab)
HDSV 763 - Family Counseling
HDSV 765 - Practicum (Lab)
HDSV 770 - Applied Research in Counseling
HDSV 780 - Internship I
HDSV 788 - Master's Comprehensive Exam
HDSV 790 - Internship II
OR
HDSV 799 - Internship I and II

6 Electives*

*Recommended Electives:

Students who do not have a special education background need to take a graduate level special education class as an elective. The recommended special education course is SPED 748.

SPED 748 Diagnostic Assessment and IEP Development

The School Counseling Program has a rigorous curriculum that conforms to national CACREP accreditation standards. More information about this curriculum can be found by viewing the NCAT Graduate Catalog.