There are five 12-credit hour tracks available from which students can select in preparation for graduate education and professional practice:
The goal of this track is to provide some specific courses relevant to professional practices in counseling as a psychologist, professional counselor, and marriage & family therapist.
Clinical Psychology is an integral part of health services in the United States of America, and this track provides a foundation for students to understand the importance of health and addiction issues pertinent to an individual’s overall wellbeing.
The emphasis of this track is to provide dedicated learning to the dynamics of interpersonal relationships, family life, and the skills necessary when helping individual and collective members of the family towards growth and healthy living.
Psychological and counseling approaches to helping should be evidence-based. As such, this track focuses on equipping students with experimental design as well as quantitative and qualitative method skills necessary for graduate training in research.
In addition to preparing students to be knowledgeable with the multi-dimensional issues of our diverse culture in the United States, this track also provides opportunities for students to study abroad in countries such as the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands, Mexico, and India (language requirements are necessary for some), as well as to gain internship experience in numerous international settings.
|**Study abroad credits||6|
**Students must complete the required internship at an international site. It is
strongly recommended that students also minor in one of the language studies.