Counseling MED

Master of Education in Counseling

The Master of Education (MEd) in Counseling offers an emphasis in College Student Affairs for those students desiring employment in a wide variety of college and university student services settings. The CSA program is a 30-hour program offered entirely online.  It targets the bachelor-level student affairs professional desiring a graduate degree to improve service delivery and promotability.

Program Requirements - MEd

College Student Affairs students must pass a locally-developed comprehensive exit examination. All examinations are administered once each fall and spring semester, and once during the summer. Details regarding examinations and examination dates are available in the departmental office.  In addition, CSA students complete a field experience, COUN 555: Internship in College Student Affairs, consisting of a minimum of 300 contact hours engaging in CSA professional activities.

Master of Education in Counseling with an emphasis in College Student Affairs - Option II Non-Thesis

Required courses in the major, minor, or specialization

College Student Affairs Emphasis - MEd (30 semester hours)
COUN 505Introduction to College Student Affairs *3
COUN 512Career Development3
COUN 522Counseling Diverse Populations3
COUN 555Internship in College Student Affairs3
COUN 560Crisis Intervention3
COUN 581Assessment and Treatment of Chemical Dependency3
COUN 590Legal Issues Stu Affairs3
COUN 595Research Literature and Techniques (3 semester hours required)3
COUN 606Stu Affairs Services Hi Ed *3
COUN 607Contemp College Student3
Total Hours30

Students pursuing the College Student Affairs emphasis in MED Counseling must earn a grade of A or B in the following two classes: COUN 505 & COUN 606.

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