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School Counseling Track

School counselors help students develop academic and social skills to succeed in school.

The school counseling track prepares students to deliver comprehensive programs that promote success for all students (K-12). Students completing the track are qualified to begin the process of acquiring their Indiana School Counselor (Initial Practitioner) License. Students interested in pursuing the clinical mental health track after completing the Marian University school track must complete an additional 15 hours: COU550 Psychopathology; COU532 Marriage and Family Counseling or COU531 Addiction Counseling; COU560A Mental Health Counseling Practicum; COU660A Internship in Mental Health Counseling; COU661 Advanced Internship in MH Counseling.

COURSE TRACKING

Year One: Fall Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
 COU525 Theories/Techniques School Counseling I 3
 COU520 Advanced Human Growth/Development 3
 COU530 Career and Lifestyle Counseling 3
 COU645 Organization/Administration of Guidance Programs 3

Year One: Spring Semester – (12 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU526 Theories/Techniques School Counseling 3
COU610 Theories/Models of Counseling 3
COU533 Counseling Children and Adolescents 3
COU560B School Counseling Practicum 3

Summer between Year 1 & 2 – (6 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU640 Group Counseling 3
COU655 Ethical and Legal Issues 3

Year Two: Fall Semester – (9 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU605 Statistics and Research Methods 3
COU650 Applied Neuroscience 3
COU660B Internship in School Counseling 3

Year Two: Spring Semester – (9 credits)

Course # Course Title Credits
COU600 Assessment and Program Evaluation 3
COU630 Multicultural Counseling 3
COU660B Internship in School Counseling 3

TOTAL: 48 Hours

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