1 Counseling Program Master s Degree Plan The Master s degree in Counseling Program requires 6-66 credit hours. Courses in the program are designed to provide gradual and stratified skill-building experiences, beginning with an introductory course and culminating with the internship experience. With this in mind, course sequencing is utilized to maximize the learning and skill-building process. Students are responsible for reviewing the catalog and schedule to be certain that all prerequisites for courses have been taken. Any student who has not followed the above procedure and has registered for a class out of sequence may be required to drop the class. ALL COURSEWORK, with noted exceptions in each track, MUST BE TAKEN BEFORE the student may register to. MORE THAN CLASSES PER SEMESTER REQUIRES SPECIAL PERMISSION OF THE FACULTY. Course Plans are for planning purposes only, and no student is guaranteed any specific course in a given semester Student: Student Number: Student Faculty Advisor: Faculty Program Emphasis: Clinical Mental Health: General Clinical Mental Health: Multicultural School Counseling Couple and Family Counseling Higher Education and Student Affairs*** Counseling Program (CACREP) Core CPCE 5010 Counseling Theories CPCE , 5810 Techniques of Counseling CPCE , 5100, 5810 Group Counseling CPCE , 5810 Counseling Issues and Ethics CPCE 5400 Career Counseling Multicultural & Diversity Issues in Counseling Individuals and Families Human Development Over the Life Span RSEM 5110 Introduction to Measurement Statistics (pre-requisite met) RSEM 5120 Introduction to Research Methods ***This track does not lead to licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor COMPRE HENSIVE EXAM/THESIS (taken after 0 credits and CACREP core courses) SEMESTER PASSED:
2 Clinical Mental Health: General 5010, ,5100,5150 CPCE 5820 Strategies in Agency Counseling 5010, , 5810, 5820 CPCE 7100 Advanced Theory and Techniques 5010,5100,5820 (6250 may be taken concurrently) Elective 5820 & must meet the prereq for elective Elective 5820 & must meet the prereq for elective CPCE 590 Clinical Mental Health: Multicultural 5010, ,5100,5150 CPCE 5820 Strategies in Agency Counseling 5010,5810 CPCE 585 Gender & Sexual Orientation 5820 Every Even Fall CPCE 6100 Spiritual Dimensions of Counseling 5820 Every Even Spring 5010, 5810, 5820 CPCE ,5100,5810, 5820 Advanced Multicultural Counseling CPCE 7100 Advanced Theory and Techniques 5010,5100,5820(6250 may be taken concurrently) CPCE 590
3 Couple and Family Counseling 5010, ,5100,5150 CPCE 5170 Issues in Family Studies 5010,5150(concurrently) Fall Only CPCE 5180 Counseling Couples 5010,5100,5150 CPCE 6000 Intro to Sex Therapy 5010,5100,5150, 5160 (concurrently) Fall Only CPCE 6140 Counseling Children, Adolescents, and Their Parents CPCE 6160 Advanced Assessment, Theory and Treatment in Family Systems CPCE ,5100,5150, Spring/Summer Only 5010,5100,5150, 5160,RSEM ,5810 School Counseling (Counseling Licensure) 5010, 5810 CPCE 5425 Developing & Implementing a School Counseling Program 5010, 5815,, RSEM 5110, RSEM 5120 CPCE 5815 Introduction to School Counseling Fall Only CPCE 5915 in School Counseling CPCE 6140 Counseling Children, Adolescents, and Their Parents CPCE 620 Developmental Counseling in the Schools AFTER ALL CLASSES (can be taken concurrently with 5910 OR 590) Only 5010,5100,5150, Spring/Summer Only All core classe,5815, ,5810 (can be taken concurrently with 5915) CPCE 590 Note: Students planning to obtain a School Counseling license from the Colorado Department of Education must pass the PLACE Exam.
4 Higher Education and Student Affairs Courses*** CPCE 5000 Higher Education Law and Ethics CPCE 5010 Counseling Theories CPCE 5050 Foundations of Student Affairs CPCE 5100 CPCE 5010, Techniques of Counseling CPCE 5110 Group Counseling CPCE 5010,CPCE 5100, CPCE 510 Student Development Theory CPCE 5400 Career Counseling CPCE 5500 Diversity of Higher Education Multicultural & Diversity Issues in Counseling Individuals and Families Human Development Over the Life Span HDFR 5000 Leadership and Organizations RSEM 5110 Introduction to Measurement RSEM 5120 Introduction to Research Methods CPCE 590 All coursework ***This track does not lead to licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor
5 Course Sequencing Planner **Course Plans are for planning purposes only, and no student is guaranteed any specific course in a given semester Year One Year Two Year Three Please Note: 1. Coursework toward the M.A. degree must be completed within seven years. 2. Students receiving a C in any of the clinical skill building courses: CPCE 5100, 5110, 5160, 5910, 590, 6140, or 7100 will be automatically reviewed to determine continuation in the Counseling program and will be required to repeat the course.. If a course is waived from your program plan of study, a Course Waiver form must be completed and signed by your faculty advisor. Course Waiver forms are available in the Academic Services Center, Lawrence Street Center, Suite Transferring credit requires an official transcript and a Transfer of Credit form. Note: All credit transfers must be approved by the faculty mentor and submitted to the Academic Services Center for a dean s signature. For the M.A. program, only a total of nine semester credits can be transferred. Transfers of Credit forms are available in the Academic Services Center. 5. Students who are graduating and/or taking the Comprehensive Exam must complete the Graduation/COMPS application materials, available on online (link below) no later than the last day to add classes for the semester in which they plan to graduate.