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Integrated M.Ed in School Counseling 

Class Type:
In person
Next Start Date:
August 2021
Program Options:
Credit Hours
Years (Avg.)

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OPEN HOUSE: EMU Graduate Counseling Programs

Are you interested in learning more about our Master’s programs in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling? In May and June, you have the opportunity to tour the department, chat with the program director and ask any questions you have about professional and/or school counseling. Please register for the date/time using the button below. Applications for the fall 2021 will be accepted until July 31. 

Covid guidelines will be in place for these in-person sessions.Please wear a mask and maintain appropriate physical distance.

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Are you interested in becoming a School Counselor? Our Integrated M.Ed. in School Counseling program will prepare you to meet the needs of children in K-12 schools.  But it will do more than that. You will experience a cohort-based model of education integrated with our Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. You will learn trauma-sensitive and resilience-focused counseling skills alongside clinical mental health counseling students and how to specifically apply them in school settings. If you’re looking to make a difference in the lives of the children in our communities, please contact us for more information or keep reading! 

The M.Ed. in School Counseling program is integrated into our current Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, which means that Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling students will take many of the same courses together. Our focus is on training excellent clinicians, whether in the clinical or school setting. 


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First year

Fall Semester

COUN 507  Professional Identity, Function & Ethics (3SH)
COUN 508  Counseling Techniques (3SH)
COUN 517  Human Growth & Development (3SH)
COUN 547  Counseling Theories (3SH)
COUN 608  Introduction to School Counseling (3SH)
COUN 617  Counseling Children & Adolescents (2 SH) (10 week class)

Spring Semester

COUN 527  Psychopathology (3SH)
COUN 529  School Counseling Practicum (3SH)
COUN 540  Restorative Group Process (3SH)
COUN TBA Elective (1SH)

Summer Term

COUN 557  Assessment & Evaluation Procedures (3SH)
COUN 590  Prevention, Intervention, and Resilience in Schools (2SH)

Second Year

Fall Semester

COUN 536  Foundations in Research & Program Evaluation: Theory, Design, & Foundational Statistics (3SH)
COUN 607  Multicultural Counseling (3SH)
COUN 627  Marriage & Family Counseling (3SH)
COUN 691  School Counseling Internship I (3SH)
EDRJ 601    Facilitating Circle Processes (3SH)

Spring Semester

COUN 537  Counseling Research & Program Evaluation (2SH)
EDDA 571  Trauma, Restoration, and Resilience in Educational Environments (3SH)
COUN 692  School Counseling Internship II (3SH)
COUN 697  Addictions Counseling (3SH)
COUN 637  Career Development (3SH)

Elective Courses (1SH)

Students must take at least one elective during year #1 spring semster, but may take as many as they would like.

COUN 680              Neurobiology of Trauma
COUN 698              Mindfulness in Psychotherapy
COUN 699 Sec A   Topics: Sexual Health
COUN 687              Expressive Therapies

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