Psychology & Counseling Department

Interested in Learning More About this Program?

Please contact:
Jennifer Barna, Ph.D., NCC, ACS
Associate Professor
Counseling Program Coordinator
School Counseling Program Coordinator
570-348-6211, ext. 2328
jbarna@marywood.edu

Program of Study ~ revised 5/2017

Course

Credits

Taken

1st Summer

12

12

COUN 510: Principles and Practices of Professional School Counseling

3

 

**COUN 518: Foundational Counseling Techniques

3

 

**COUN 530: Ethics and Professional Conduct for Counselors

3

 

* SPED 507: Characteristics and Remedial Strategies

3

 

1st Year Fall

9

21

COUN 525: Theories of Counseling

3

 

COUN 561: Testing and Assessment in Counseling

3

 

**COUN 544: Advanced Counseling Techniques

3

 

1st Year Spring *apply for candidacy

9

30

*COUN 500: Field Placement Prep

0

 

COUN 540: Developing and Managing a Successful School Counseling Program

3

 

COUN 543: Group Process in Counseling

3

 

COUN 501: Research Methodology

3

 

2nd Year Summer

12

42

*COUN 505: Career Development

3

 

COUN 532: Multicultural Issues for Professional Counselors

3

 

*COUN 535: Consultation, Collaboration, and Critical Issues for Professional School Counselors

3

 

COUN 514: Human Development

3

 

2nd Year Fall *take comps

9

51

*/** COUN 522: Practicum: PK-12 School Counseling (Group Supervision)

COUN 522a-c: Practicum: PK-12 School Counseling (Individual Supervision)

3

0

 

EDUC 561: Methods, Materials, and Assessment in Teaching ESL

3

 

*SPED 539: Behavior Management Approaches

3

 

2nd Year Spring *register for graduation

9

60

* COUN 560: Internship: PK-12 School Counseling (300 hrs. elementary/ 300 hrs. secondary)

3

 

COUN 598: Capstone Course

3

 

COUN xxx: Psychopathology Across the Lifespan

3

 

DEAN 074: must register the semester of graduation

0

 

Total Credits

60

* = Course requires clearances  

** = Course requires a grade of B or better

  • Students are responsible for ensuring that all courses for the degree are taken.
  • Course selections must be discussed with the student's advisor and individual financial aid situations critically evaluated. Typically, students taking less than 6 credits per semester are subject to financial aid penalties.
  • All courses are offered on basis of enrollment and are subject to change.