Programs offered in counseling are characterized by intensive clinical supervision by faculty members in an on-campus clinic, by strengths in the areas of family systems and couples' therapy, and by the rich multi-ethnic composition of the community, students and clients.
This variable 60 credit hour program provides the academic and pre-degree supervision requirements for licensing as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Florida.
|EPS 667||Professional, Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling||3|
|EPS 668||Social and Cultural Diversity and Counseling||3|
|EPS 669||Psychopathology for Counselors||3|
|EPS 676||Counseling Process and Practice||3|
|EPS 677||Assessment Strategies for Counselors I||3|
|EPS 678||Counseling Theories and Practice||3|
|EPS 679||Lifespan Human Development||3|
|EPS 680||Theory and Practice with Children and Adolescents||3|
|EPS 681||Counseling and Sexuality||3|
|EPS 684||Research and Program Evaluation in Counseling||3|
|EPS 685||Substance Abuse and Addictions: Theories and Counseling||3|
|Marriage and Family Therapy Specialty|
|EPS 670||Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems||3|
|EPS 671||Family Therapy||3|
|EPS 672||Therapy for Couples||3|
|Select 3 credit hours to fulfill elective requirement 1|
|Practicum in Counseling I|
|Practicum Laboratory I|
|Total Credit Hours||60|
See Graduate Academic Advisor for guidance.