NCATE Category: Non-NCATE Programs
Counselors serve valuable functions in fields of education, health and human services, and business. Their domains of practice include public and private educational institutions, medical facilities and allied health agencies, social service agencies and organizations, state and federal human service agencies and programs, correctional facilities, business and industry, and private practice. The program’s philosophy is to introduce students to a variety of approaches to counseling, and to encourage the development of competencies within these approaches.
The program combines theory and practice utilizing on and off campus course work and field work assignments. Required courses are offered predominantly in the evening, but most field assignments require daytime participation during normal business hours defined by the off-campus sites.
Students coming from diverse experiential backgrounds are trained at the graduate level to be able to perform entry level duties expected by the counseling profession and its specialty areas. Students are prepared to assume future leadership positions in their area(s) of expertise after additional work experiences have been acquired in the field following graduation.
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Assessment Plan & Curriculum Map
- SLO 1 - COUN 510 (PDF)
- SLO 2 - COUN 555 (PDF)
- SLO 3 - COUN 513 (PDF)
- SLO 4 - COUN 515 (PDF)
- SLO 5 - COUN 638 (PDF)
- SLO 6 - COUN 555 (PDF)
Signature Assignment Data
- 2007-2008 (PDF)
- 2008-2009 (PDF)
- Spring 2009 - Fall 2009 (PDF)
- 2010-2011 (PDF)
- 2011-2012 (PDF)
- 2012-2014 (PDF)