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- Course Requirements
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- Provisional to P-12 Standard Guidance
- Planned Sixth-Year/Rank I Program
(Effective Fall 2011)
The 48 semester hour program leading to the MAE in School Counseling and the Kentucky provisional certificate for school counselors is listed below. This curriculum complies with 2009 standards prescribed by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
|CNS 550||Introduction to Counseling|
|CNS 551||Classroom Guidance|
|CNS 552||Testing and Assessment|
|CNS 554||Group Counseling|
|CNS 555||Social and Cultural Diversity|
|CNS 556||Developmental Career Counseling|
|CNS 557||Human Development|
|CNS 558||Counseling Theories|
|CNS 559||Techniques of Counseling (prerequisite: CNS 558)|
|CNS 568||Counseling Children and Adolescents|
|CNS 590||Practicum (prerequisites: CNS 550, CNS 554, CNS 558, and CNS 559)|
|CNS 595||Internship (6 hours - completed over two full semesters)|
|CNS 598||Research and Program Evaluation in Counseling|
|CNS 658||Seminar Guidance/Counseling|
|CNS 660||Administration of Counseling Services|
See List of Courses for course descriptions.
Also see Course Offerings.
In order to graduate, all students must pass a final comprehensive examination. Comprehensive examinations are given in the spring and other semesters as needed. Students must meet the criteria established by the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences in order to be eligible to take the comprehensive examination.