In addition to the core curriculum, a series of courses are required for each specialization. These include courses within students’ chosen specialization area, and courses focused on developing professional clinical skills. In addition to completing their chosen course of study, students may opt to complete a Master’s thesis.
Listed below are the specialization courses in the Marriage, Couple and Family track.
|EPSY 100||2||Career Decision Making|
|EPSY 501||3||Professional, Ethical & Legal Issues in Community Counseling|
|EPSY 503||3||Professional, Ethical & Legal Issues in Marital, Couple & Family Counseling|
|EPSY 548B||3||Individual Counseling Practicum|
|EPSY 548C||3||Career Group Practicum|
|EPSY 548E||3||Practicum in Couples and Family Counseling|
|EPSY 549||3||Diagnosis & Treatment in Counseling|
|EPSY 560||1-3||Seminar in Couple and Family Counseling|
|EPSY 590||3||Special Topics in Family Counseling: Sexuality, Violence, and Trauma|
|EPSY 591||3||Internship in Counseling|
|REHB 566||3||Alcoholism & the Family|