College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Applied Human Sciences

Courses for Counseling Majors

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

School Counseling

UNI Catalog

Schedule of Classes

NOTE: Most courses require departmental approval to register.


COUN 6256 Multicultural Counseling in Guatemala (May 15-26)

COUN 6256 Multicultral Counseling in Guatemala Powerpoint Presentation

COUN 6256 Multicultural Counseling in Guatemala Promotional Video                                     


Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Arts Degree

Program Planning Sheet (PDF)

1st Semester Courses
Hours
Courses
COUN 5103
3
Introduction to Professional Counseling
COUN 5105
3
Counseling Skills
COUN 6227
3
Counseling Theory (COUN 4103/5103, and/or COUN 4103/4105)
Advancement Courses
 
 
COUN 6220
3
Group Counseling Skills and Processes (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)
COUN 6205
3
Counseling Processes with Individuals and Systems (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105 B or higher, COUN 6227 [highly recommended])
COUN 6225
3
Facilitating Career Development (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)
COUN 6250
3
Family Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227 [highly recommended])
COUN 6286
3
Studies in Advanced Psychopathology & Treatment Procedures (COUN 5103/COUN 6227)
COUN 6254
3

Counseling Children & Adolescents (COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227)

COUN 6262
3

Intervention & Prevention through the Lifespan (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)

COUN 6226
3

Ethics, Supervision, Crisis & Consultation (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6205, or COUN 6254)

COUN 6241
3
Treatment Procedures in Mental Health Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6205, COUN 6227, COUN 6228 [highly recommended], PSYCH 3403/5403)
COUN 6290
3
Practicum (10 hrs/week) (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6205 [B or higher], COUN 6220, COUN 6227, COUN 6241 [recommended, can be taken as corequesite] COUN 6250 [highly recommended], PSYCH 3403/5403)
COUN 6256
3
Multicultural Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227)
MEASRES 6205
3
Educational Research
COUN 6228
3
Assessment Techniques in Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6205 [highly recommended]) 
COUN 6291
6
Internship (20 hours/week, 2 semesters) (COUN 6290; registration requires consent of Instructor. Must sign up with Area Coordinator.) [Credit/No Credit]
Electives (3)    
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3
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3
Total
60
Hours
     

 


 

School Counseling (K-12)

Master of Arts Degree

Program Planning Sheet (PDF)

1st Semester Courses
Hours
Courses
COUN 5103
3
Introduction to Professional Counseling
COUN 5105
3
Counseling Skills
COUN 6227
3
Counseling Theory (COUN 4103/5103 and/or COUN 4105/5105)
Advancement Courses
 
 
COUN 6220
3
Group Counseling Skills and Processes (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)
COUN 6254
3
Counseling Children and Adolescents (COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227 [highly recommended])
COUN 6225
3
Facilitating Career Development (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)
COUN 6250
3
Family Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227 [highly recommended])
COUN 6262
3

Intervention and Prevention with Children, Adolescents, and Parents (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)

COUN 6226
3

Ethics, Supervision, Crisis & Consultation (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6205, or COUN 6254)

COUN 6290
3
Practicum (10 hrs/week) (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6220, COUN 6227, COUN 6241, COUN 6250, [highly recommended], COUN 6254 [B or higher], COUN 6262 [highly recommended]
COUN 6256
3
Multicultural Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227)
EDPSYCH 6214
3
Foundations of Instructional Psychology 
COUN 6228
3
Assessment Techniques in Counseling (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105, COUN 6227)
MEASRES 6205
3
Educational Research
COUN 6210
3
Developing Comprehensive School Counseling Programs (COUN 4103/5103, COUN 4105/5105)
COUN 6291
6
Internship (40 hours/week, 1 semester) (COUN 6262, COUN 6290; registration requires consent of Instructor. Must sign up with Area Coordinator.) [Credit/No Credit]
Total
51
Hours
     

**Students who do not have teacher licensure must take SPED 3150 to meet Board of Educational Examiners requirements for licensure.