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  Oct 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Dual-Level Counseling - Psychology (Bachelor of Arts/MS in Counseling)


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Upon successful completion of this program, the student receives a Bachelor of Arts degree and an MS in Counseling degree.

Total Credits: 164


Program Requirements - Credits: 58


  • Foreign Language Credits: 6
    Must be six credits of the same language
  • Humanities Elective Credits: 3
  • Literature Elective Credits: 3
  • Psychology/Counseling Electives Credits: 3

Electives - Credits: 3


  • Elective Credits: 3

Graduate - Credits: 42


  • Counseling Electives Credits: 4
  • CSG 601 - Counseling Theory and Helping Relationships Credits: 3
  • CSG 602 - Helping Relationships Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 611 - Psychopathology: Individual Assessment and Counseling Credits: 3
  • CSG 612 - Individual Assessment and Counseling Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 621 - Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 622 - Orientation to Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 631 - Theological Foundations of Counseling I Credits: 3
  • CSG 632 - Theological Foundations of Counseling II Credits: 3
  • CSG 701 - Marriage and Family Counseling Credits: 3
  • CSG 702 - Marriage and Family Counseling Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 711 - Small Group Dynamics, Development, and Leadership Credits: 3
  • CSG 712 - Small Groups Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 722 - Trauma and Grief Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 821 - Psychological Development and Intervention Across the Lifespan Credits: 2

A listing of graduate counseling elective courses is available in the Cairn University Graduate Catalog.

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