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Months of entry
January, October, August, June, March
Professional Courses: 12 hours
- ED 504. Techniques of Educational Research (3).
- ED 506. Educational Statistics (3).
- PY 550. Theories of Personality (3).
- SC 541. Techniques of Counseling (3).
Base Concentration Electives: 9 hours
- PY 520. The Diagnostic Process for Mental Disorders (3).
- PY 530. Advanced Social Psychology (3).
- PY 555. Systems Theory in Psychology (3).
- PY 560. Psychological Tests and Measurements (3).
- PY 570. Systems of Psychotherapy (3).
- PY 595. Professional Orientation (3).
- SC 506. Life-Span Development and Learning (3).
- SC 542. Career Development and Counseling (3).
Applied Concentrated Electives: 12 hours
- PY 525. Personality Assessment (3).
- PY 526. Marriage and Family Therapy (3).
- PY 527. The Therapeutic Relationship (3).
- PY 528. Health Psychology (3).
- PY 529. Psychopharmacology (3).
- PY 535. Advanced Techniques in Family Counseling (3).
- PY 563. Assessment Techniques in Family Counseling (3).
- PY 597. Selected Topics in Psychology (1-3).
- PY 598. Psychology Practicum (3).
- PY 599. Internship in Counseling Psychology (3).
- SC 546. Group Counseling (3).
- SC 547. Counseling Multicultural Populations (3).
- SC 549, SC 559, or SC 569 cannot be completed as internships for this program. The approved internship for this program is PY 599.
- No more than three (3) hours credit from PY 598 and three (3) hours credit from PY 599 may be applied towards graduation requirements for this degree.
The student shall:
- Maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 or better in all courses in the approved program as verified on an official transcript with no grade less than “C.”
- Make a satisfactory score on a written comprehensive examination documenting mastery of the curriculum of the program.
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Qualification and course duration
Master of Science in ACE
Course contact details
- Mark Davis