Counseling (COUN)

COUN 509 Interv:Grp Proc/Dynamics/Thrpy3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: (COUN 500) and (COUN 507) and (COUN 551).

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COUN 515 Humanizing Ed-Person in Proces3 Credit hours   

Study of career choice theory, career change, counseling approaches in career selection and resources to assist in career choice.

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COUN 555 Crisis Int & Conf Res3 Credit hours   

Students explore types, effects, and interventions for crises, disasters, and other trauma-causing events across the lifespan. Specific topics include ethics, self-care, cultural competence, suicide/homicide, intimate partner violence, sexual assault, emergency preparedness, disaster mental health, grief and bereavement.

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COUN 556 Death & Grief Counseling3 Credit hours   

Death and dying orientation for professionals, nonpro- fessionals about essentials of life in its terminal stages. Presents practical, theoretical, social and psychological aspects to promote healthy, accepting attitudes.

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COUN 560 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

To meet needs of school, student personnel, mental health, and other workers. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading, but not degree programs. Titles vary.

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 561 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

To meet needs of school, student personnel, mental health, and other workers. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading, but not degree programs. Titles vary. (CR/NR grading)

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 562 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

To meet needs of school, student personnel, mental health, and other workers. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading, but not degree programs. Titles vary (CR/NR)

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 563 Staff Development1-4 Credit hours   

To meet needs of school, student personnel, mental health, and other workers. Credit may be used for certificate renewal and salary upgrading, but not degree programs. Titles vary. (CR/NR grading)

Attributes: Not Degree Applicable
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 571 Health & Wellness Couns3 Credit hours   

Designed to help counselors deal with lifestyle issues related to physical well-being and demonstrate how health professionals can use counseling interventions in their work.

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COUN 574 Social & Cultural Found3 Credit hours   

Recognize and use appropriate resources for effective coun- seling of people of different culturla, ethnic, social , class, racial, geographic, or other backgrounds. Learn when counseling is appropriate and in what form.

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COUN 575 Prev & Treat of Addict3 Credit hours   

Course surveys assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of addiction from a bio-pyscho-social perspective.

Pre-req: COUN 600 and COUN 603.

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COUN 577 Stress Management Counseling3 Credit hours   

Provides beginning counselors an others with comprehensive information and strategies for successful management of stress and its consequences. Students explore theoretical and practical alternatives in counseling the stressed individual.

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COUN 579 Pharmacology in Counseling3 Credit hours   

Provides basic understanding of the role of therapeutic drugs in the treatment of psychiatric disorders, familiarize with most commonly used drugs, side effects, and adverse reactions in specific mental illness. (PR: COUN 600 & 601)

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COUN 580 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study, reading, and research in specialized areas of counseling and human relations. Areas of interest are offered at various times by the faculty to provide specialized study for advanced students or practicing professionals in the field of counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 581 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study, reading, and research in specialized areas of counseling and human relations. Areas of interest are offered at various times by the faculty to provide specialized study for advanced students or practicing professionals in the field of counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 582 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study, reading, and research in specialized areas of counseling and human relations. Areas of interest are offered at various times by the faculty to provide specialized study for advanced students or practicing professionals in the field of counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 583 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Study, reading, and research in specialized areas of counseling and human relations. Areas of interest are offered at various times by the faculty to provide specialized study for advanced students or practicing professionals in the field of counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 585 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual or group study and research of various issues and fields of emphasis in counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 586 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual or group study and research of various issues and fields of emphasis in counseling. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 600 Professional Orientation3 Credit hours   

This course provides an understanding of all aspects of professional helping in mental health including history, roles, ethics, standards and credentialing. (PR: Program admission or permission)

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COUN 601 Counsel Consulting Roles3 Credit hours   

Th is course provides an exploration of consultation roles that are integrated into the various settings in which counselors work. Content includes an orientation to consultation and its historical development, theory and practice issues, and major models. Of special emphasis is focus upon case applications and presentations. (PR: COUN 600 and 607)

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COUN 602 Human Devel and Adjustment3 Credit hours   

The course will explore human growth and development from birth through adulthood. Theories of character development, social maturation, abnormalities and variations in development due to gender, culture, and environmental factors will be covered. The change processes, helping relationships, and strategies for facilitating development appropriate to various phases of the life span will be addressed. (PR: COUN 600 and 603)

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COUN 603 Counseling Theories3 Credit hours   

Survey of classical and contemporary counseling philosophies, history, and techniques as related to interpersonal relationships in the counseling process.

Pre-req: COUN 574 and COUN 600 and COUN 602 and EDF 621.

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COUN 604 Group Coun & Tech3 Credit hours   

Group dynamics, processes, counseling and consulting: includes theories, practices, methods, dynamics, facilitative skills, and supervised practice. (PR: COUN 574, 600, 602, EDF 621 or COUN 609)

Pre-req: COUN 574 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 600 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 602 with a minimum grade of D and (EDF 621 with a minimum grade of D or COUN 609 with a minimum grade of D).

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COUN 605 Theory Prac Human Appr3 Credit hours   

Provide an understanding of approaches to assessment and evaluation including history, theoretical and statistical aspects, applications to special populations, and legal and ethical concerns and issues. (PR: COUN 574, 600, 602, EDF 621 or COUN 609)

Pre-req: COUN 574 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 600 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 602 with a minimum grade of D and (EDF 621 with a minimum grade of D or COUN 609 with a minimum grade of D).

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COUN 606 Career & Lifestyle Develop3 Credit hours   

A study of career development theories and decision-making models that impact career development and related life factors.

Pre-req: COUN 603 and COUN 604 and COUN 605 and COUN 607.

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COUN 607 Coun Tech & Human Relat3 Credit hours   

Course focuses on learning and practicing individual counseling techniques from various theoretical perspective. Emphasis on basic interviewing, assessment, and counseling skills that facilitate the helping process. (PR: COUN 574, COUN 600)

Pre-req: COUN 574 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 600 with a minimum grade of D.

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COUN 608 Practicum3 Credit hours   

A clinical experience under professional supervision preparing the student for internship; audio and video tapes, group supervision and feedback are used to achieve competency in the application of a counseling process. (PR: Consent. Students must have achieved a minimum grade of B in 606, 607, and EDF 621 or 625)

Pre-req: COUN 603 and COUN 604 and COUN 605 and COUN 607.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 609 Research in Counseling3 Credit hours   

Course provides the foundation of research methods including qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. Students will also gain a fundamental understanding of basic statistical concepts.

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COUN 611 Foundations Comm Coun3 Credit hours   

Examines the history of deinstitutionalization in human services with an emphasis on prevention in the delivery of such services in community agencies. Proposal writing for grants and needs assessmant procedures will be emphasized. (PR: COUN 603)

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COUN 612 Int-Superv Field Placement K-83 Credit hours   

Pre-req: CR 599 and EDF 517 and EDF 621.

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COUN 613 Int-Suprv Field Placement 5-123 Credit hours   

Pre-req: CR 599.

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COUN 616 Domestic Violence1-3 Credit hours   

An introduction to the epidemiology, dynamics, clinical interventions and treatment of domestic violence.

Pre-req: (COUN 603).

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COUN 617 Seminar in Counseling3 Credit hours   

Investigations in current problems of counseling agencies; content determined by needs of student.

Pre-req: CR 548 and CR 599.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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COUN 620 Workshop in Counseling1-6 Credit hours   

Special workshops and short intensive courses on theroy, methods, supervision and other special topics in counseling, designed for advanced students and professionals in the counseling field or related fields. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 621 Intro to Child Abuse & Neglect1 Credit hour   

Introduction to the dynamics of child abuse and neglect and to the legal and ethical issues of persons mandated to report child abuse and neglect. (PR: COUN 600 and 603)

Pre-req: (COUN 600 and COUN 603) or CR 614.

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COUN 622 Family Education3 Credit hours   

Study of family education skills training for conducting family education groups and parent training. .

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COUN 628 FAMILY THERAPY IMMERSION3 Credit hours   
COUN 630 Intro to Ment Health Coun3 Credit hours   

Provides an overview of key functions of the clinical mental health counselor. Areas covered include: ethical decision making, professional identity, theory development, assessment, and diagnosis (PR: COUN 574, 600, 603, 604, 631)

Pre-req: COUN 574 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 600 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 603 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 604 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 631 with a minimum grade of D.

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COUN 631 Diag & Treatment Planning3 Credit hours   

Provides an in-depth exploration of the knowledge and skills necessary for the practice of mental health counseling. Emphasis is given to the principles and practices that relate to psychopathology, DSM diagnosis, etiology and assessment, systematic treatment planning, interviewing, and short and long-term interventions. (PR: COUN 630)

Pre-req: COUN 600 and COUN 603 and COUN 607.

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COUN 632 Intro Mar/Coup & Fam Coun3 Credit hours   

A comprehensive survey of the major theoretical models of marriage, couple, and family therapy from a systems perspective and the applied practices evolving from each orientation. (PR: COUN 600)

Pre-req: COUN 600 with a minimum grade of D.

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COUN 635 Core Funct Addiction Coun3 Credit hours   

Advanced course designed to prepare students for work with clients presenting with substanace abuse, and addiction disorders. The course will address the nature and treatment of addiction with attention to the core functions of the addiction counselor. (PR: COUN 575)

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COUN 636 Couple Counseling3 Credit hours   

This course is designed to introduce students to a variety theoretical concepts, techniques, and their application in the therapeutic setting. Emphasis is on basic interviewing, assessment, and counseling skills that facilitate the helping process through integration of various theoretical orientations.

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COUN 637 Adult/Family Dev & Transition3 Credit hours   
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COUN 638 Interven: Mar/Coup/Fam Coun3 Credit hours   

An intensive practical experience in marriage, couples, and family therapy techniques to prepare the student to enter the supervised internship of the program. (PR: Students must have achieved a minimum grade of B in COUN 637)

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COUN 639 Psychotheological Issues3 Credit hours   

Specialization course offering topics germane to the con- cerns of Mental-Health workers, pastoral counselors, stress involved in counseling in religious settings.

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COUN 640 Sem Spirituality in Coun3 Credit hours   

Seminar will view spirituality across many Religious trad- itions. The seminar interweaves spiritual bases and spirit- ual growth in counseling to better understand responsi- bility for actions and emotions.

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COUN 641 Correction Coun Seminar1-9 Credit hours   

A critical examination of counseling models in corrections and an appraisal of current professional trends in community corrections. The course may include field experience in correctional settings. The course is designed for visiting professors and/or consultants who offer an expertise in a correctional setting. (PR: COUN 600 & 603 or Consent)

Pre-req: COUN 600 and COUN 603 or CR 614.

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COUN 646 Correctn Coun: Client Advocacy3 Credit hours   

Techniques of collecting, recording & interpreting data.

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COUN 648 LEG/ETHIC/PROF ISSUES-MAR/FAMI3 Credit hours   

Psychological foundations of personality development with emphasis on principles of mental health as related to problems of everyday living.

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COUN 650 Seminar Career Coun3 Credit hours   

Counseling tools and techniques with emphasis on problem categories and patterns as related to the psychology of individual differences.

Pre-req: CR 599 and CR 548 and CR 614.

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COUN 651 Seminar Career Coun3 Credit hours   

Practical experiences in cunseling under professional supervision.

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COUN 652 Career Coun Spec Populations3 Credit hours   

Post-Master's Internship designated to fulfill the require- ment for State certification as a school counselor. Not offered in summer terms.

Pre-req: (COUN 500) and (COUN 507).

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COUN 653 Career Asses Tech & Rept3 Credit hours   

Supervised on-the-job experience in Agency Counseling. Supervised on-the-job experiences in counseling.

Pre-req: CR 672 and CR 651.

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COUN 654 Family Violence3 Credit hours   

The course will examine violence in families, covering ages from infancy to elder adulthood with a focus on variations in types of assault, violence, and abuse found within, among, or pertaining to family members across all ages.

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COUN 655 Coun Victims Dom Violence3 Credit hours   

This course will provide a foundation in assessment, treatment, and advocacy for victims, perpetrators, and children who have been involved in relationships or families where domestic violence has been present.

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COUN 656 DVIII: Children as Victims3 Credit hours   

This course will address issues related to the cognitive, behavioral, and emotional problems of children who are primary victims or witness of domestic violence, and explore appropriate interventions.

Pre-req: CR 661 and CR 651.

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COUN 657 DVI: Working with Victims3 Credit hours   

The course will focus on victim dynamics, diagnostic indicators that victims may present without revealing abuse, and treatment interventions that focus on victim strengths and empowerment.

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COUN 658 Community Response to DV3 Credit hours   

This course will examine community systems and best practices associated with a centralized approach to victim and child safety and batterer accountability.

Pre-req: CR 613 and CR 651.

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COUN 660 Intro to Student Affairs3 Credit hours   

Provides a broad, comprehensive introduction to the field of college student affairs and its role with the context of American higher education. Various student affairs functional areas, historical, and philosophical foundations of the field, professional standards, guiding theories, and models, and competencies needed to work with diverse student populations are examined.

Pre-req: CR 548 and CR 599 and COUN 603.

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COUN 662 Current Issues in Stu Affairs3 Credit hours   

To enhance the student's awareness and understanding of the educational, environmental, administrative, legal, and ethical issues in the field of Student Affairs in colleges and universities, this course provides the opportunity to discover, discuss and analyze current issues impacting student affairs practices both nationally and internationally. (PR: COUN 603 and 607)

Pre-req: COUN 603 and COUN 607.

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COUN 663 Adv Seminar in Coun Theory3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: (COUN 509).

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COUN 665 Community Resources3 Credit hours   

Pre-req: (COUN 500) and (COUN 507).

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COUN 668 LEGAL/ETHIC ASP COUNS & STU PE3 Credit hours   
COUN 669 Independent Study1-6 Credit hours   
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COUN 670 Interv Current Issues Sch3 Credit hours   

An in-depth examination of effective strategies for dealing with current issues in K-12 environment. Issuses such as academic failure, substance abuse, loss, violence, multicultural factors, etc. will be explored. (PR: COUN 603 and 607)

Pre-req: (COUN 600 and COUN 603) or CR 614.

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COUN 671 Voc Coun in the Schools3 Credit hours   

A basic course for the community agency counselor, this course will introduce the student to: Diagnostics, based on the DSM III, Records, Report Writing, Ethics, and Law. (Core courses or permission)

Pre-req: CR 548 and CR 599.

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COUN 672 Org & Admin of Sch Coun Prog3 Credit hours   

Provides students with a comprehensive view of community agency program management. The full range of community agencies and the services they provide will be examined and discussed.

Pre-req: COUN 670.

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COUN 673 Coun Child Adol Parents3 Credit hours   

Consideration of effective counseling strategies and techniques appropriate for children, adolescents and parents through lecture, demonstration and laboratory experiences. Personal, social, career, academic and family related issues and dynamics will be explored. (PR: COUN 600 and 603)

Pre-req: COUN 600 and COUN 603.

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COUN 674 Observe Sch Environment3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the roles and functions of school pupil personnel professionals (general classrooms, exceptional student environments, support staff and administration), models of operation, problems, issues, and technniques. The organization and administration of school systems and philosophy of general and special education are considered. Students will spend a minimum of one-helf day a week observing in K through 12 schools.

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COUN 675 Leg/Ethical Issues for Coun3 Credit hours   

An overview of professional issues in the field of counseling, mental health and education; an overview of legal and ethical issues specific to the field of counseling; an overview of international, national, regional and state legal and ethical cases effecting the field of counseling; an introduction to ethical and legal issues including an ethical and legal decision making models, licensure and Certification requirements, confidentiality, etc (PR: COUN 600 and COUN 603).

Pre-req: COUN 600 and COUN 603.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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COUN 682 Tr in Trauma Recovery3 Credit hours   

This course explores types of trauma experience in modern society, the inter- and intrapersonal effects those types of trauma on clients, and an introduction to treatment modalities and evidence based practice.

Pre-req: COUN 555.

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COUN 683 Psychophys of Trauma3 Credit hours   

This course explores effects of trauma on the central nervous system, pscyhomotor abilities and physiological and emotional responses to trauma, PTSD, traumatic injury.

Pre-req: COUN 682.

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COUN 684 Treating Complex Trauma & Loss3 Credit hours   

This course focuses on the treatment of complex trauma and loss, through investigation of trauma theory, phases of post-traumatic recovery, evidence-based treatment, and practice implications for complex cases. (PR: COUN 556 and COUN 682)

Pre-req: COUN 556 with a minimum grade of C and COUN 682 with a minimum grade of C.

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COUN 685 Military Cult & Treat Vets3 Credit hours   

This course is designed to introduce students to the nature of military culture, the unique challenges of deployment and re-entry for both military personnel and their families, and various mental health best practices specific to those affected with combat-related PTSD, TBI, and other traumatic injury.

Pre-req: COUN 682.

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COUN 686 Trauma and Suffering3 Credit hours   

This course focuses on existential suffering caused by traumatic stress, and the counseling needs of affected individuals. It explores the nature of swelling, as well as a variety of philosophical, religious, and theoretical approaches to suffering. The course presents best practices for clinical approaches within professional counseling.

Pre-req: COUN 556 and COUN 682.

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COUN 691 Intern Mental Health Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Internship in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. CR/NC. 3-6 hrs. Supervised experience in mental health counseling. Participation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608 and 631 with minimum grade of B or permission)

Pre-req: COUN 608 and COUN 631.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 692 Intern Community Counseling1-6 Credit hours   

Supervised experience in community counseling.

Pre-req: COUN 608 and COUN 631.

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COUN 693 Internship Marr & Fam Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Internship in Marriage and Family Counseling. CR/NC. 3-6 hrs. Supervised experience in mental health counseling. Participation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608 with grade of CR and minimum grade of B in COUN 638).

Pre-req: (COUN 608 and COUN 631) or CR 614.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 695 Intern in Correct Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised experience in corrections counseling. Participation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608 and 641 with a minimum grade of B or permission)

Pre-req: (COUN 608 and COUN 641) or CR 614.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 696 Intern Career Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised experience in career counseling. Particitation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608 and 653 with a minimum grade of B or permission)

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COUN 697 Internship Student Aff Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Supervised experience in career counseling. Participation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608 and 652 with a minimum grade of B or permission.)

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COUN 698 Internship in School Coun3-6 Credit hours   

Internship in School Counseling. CR/NC. 3-6 hrs. Supervised experience in school counseling. Participation in seminars on specified topics. Minimum 100 clock hours for each semester hour credit. (PR: COUN 608, 670, 672, 675).

Pre-req: COUN 608 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 670 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 672 with a minimum grade of D and COUN 675 with a minimum grade of D.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 740 Internship1-12 Credit hours   

A course designed to offer advanced graduate students an opportunity to practice under close supervision the professional skills required in the broad field of counseling in school and community settings. Instructor will indicate in course syllabus whether class is letter graded or S/U. (PR: Consent)

Pre-req: (COUN 611) or (COUN 612) or (COUN 613) or (COUN 614) or (COUN 615) or (COUN 616).

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
COUN 741 Prof Devel & Advocacy3 Credit hours   

This course prepares professional counselors for community leadership roles related to client advocacy in multicultural settings, current political trends, theories of social change, social justice, and advocacy planning.

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COUN 742 Current Issues in School Couns3 Credit hours   

An examination of current issues affecting professional counselors and training in effectively dealing with the issues. Selected readings, guest speakers, and class discussion will center around professional issues relevant to counselors in various settings (i.e., legal and ethical considerations) (PR: Consent)

Pre-req: (COUN 509) and (ED 501) and (PSYC 584).

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COUN 746 Systems Intervention3 Credit hours   

Examination of the major systems which may require intervention by a supervisor of counselors and training in effective intervention strategies. (PR: Consent)

Pre-req: (COUN 612) or (COUN 613).

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COUN 747 Adv Group Counseling3 Credit hours   

The application of counseling theories in group settings, including supervised group leardership experiences. (PR: Consent)

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COUN 750 Seminar1-6 Credit hours   

For students in post-master's work who wish to discuss and study theory, principles, and techniques of counseling or other special topics. Instructor will indicate in course syllabus whether class is letter graded of S/U. (PR: Consent)

Pre-req: COUN 608 or COUN 603G or CR 614.

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COUN 755 Models of Counselor Supervisn3 Credit hours   

A survey of theoretical approaches and techniques counseling supervision. Emphasis is placed on supervision of counselors in various settings. (PR: Consent)

Pre-req: (COUN 612) or (COUN 613).

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COUN 756 Residency in Counselor Suprvsn6 Credit hours   

Supervised application of the knowledge and skills gained in the Ed.S. Program. Students will supervise practicing counselors in approved settings. (PR: Acceptance into the Ed.S. Program, completion of all other Ed.S. academic requirements, and consent)

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COUN 760 Special Topics1-6 Credit hours   

Study, reading, and research in specialized areas of counseling, human relations, guidance or other special The Master of Arts

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