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Counseling Psychology Program Curriculum

As a student in the program, you will establish your specific course and program requirements at the new student orientation during your first fall semester. If you begin taking courses during the summer prior to your first fall semester, you will still establish your specific course and program requirements at the new student orientation during the first fall semester. The following document provides specific course and other academic program requirements at the time of admission to the program.

2019 Master's Degree Requirements (pdf)

Beginning with the 2015-16 academic year, the Master's degree in Counseling Psychology became a 60 credit hour program. Sample course schedules for master's students choosing Terminal or PhD program tracks are only meant as samples to give you some ideas on how to lay out your program. Any formal course and program planning must be done in consultation with your faculty advisor. View a sample program plan here (pdf).

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