This Master’s degree prepares Counseling professionals to work in various offices within student affairs such as in career centers, offices of residence life, and college counseling centers. It provides the Counseling Professional with the skills and processes to provide individual and group counseling and to serve as a leader and advocate for students, universities, and the profession.
Social and Cultural Studies Courses: 8 quarter hours required, grade of B- or better required
Counseling Courses: 52 quarter hours required, grade of B- or better required
Practicum and Internship: 4 courses, 12 hours; grade of B or better is required
Master of Arts (M.A.) Degree Requirements: Non-credit, non-tuition, grade of B- or better required
The Master’s Thesis is written in conjunction with CSL 553 and CSL 554 and with faculty advisement. Enrollment in CSL 559 and an oral examination are required. Consult the M.A. Thesis Handbook for additional information.