Undergraduate Phase

Core Courses:
PSY 110 General Psychology
PSY 125 Readings in Psychology
PSY 199 Professional Development I
PSY 211 Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 299 Professional Development II
PSY 312 Statistics and Data Analysis
PSY 430 Senior Seminar

Eight credits from the following Analytic Seminars:
PSY 320 Analytic Seminar: Human Development
PSY 330 Analytic Seminar: Cognitive Processes
PSY 342 Analytic Seminar: Science of Emotion
PSY 351 Analytic Seminar: Clinical Treatment
PSY 360 Analytic Seminar: Behavioral Neuroscience
PSY 361 Analytic Seminar: Psychopharmacology
PSY 367 Analytic Seminar: Behavioral Genetics

Foundational Courses (3 credits each, all are required):
PSY 620 Human Growth and Development
PSY 621 Social and Cultural Diversity
PSY 622 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Counselors

Psychology Electives:
PSY 601 Professional Standards and Ethics

One from the following (or any additional 200-500 level PSY course not already used in the undergraduate major):
PSY 148 Health Psychology
PSY 149 Psychology of Sport
PSY 170 Forensic Psychology
PSY 173 Junk Science and Paranormal Phenomena
PSY 175 Neuropsychology

Three Individualized Engagement credits from:
PSY 400 Internship
PSY 405 Collaborative Research
PSY 406 Collaborative Research (immersive)
PSY 550 Advanced Research Advanced Independent Research

Graduate Phase

Behavioral Foundations (3 credits each, all are required):
PSY 701 Orientation to Counseling Processes
PSY 750 Assessment and Evaluation
PSY 751 Research Methods and Statistics

Counseling Essentials (3 credits each, all are required):
PSY 711 Group Dynamics
PSY 712 Career Counseling and Development
PSY 720 Helping Relationships and Counseling Theories /Techniques
PSY 730 Cognitive Behavior Therapy
PSY 731 Applied Behavior Analysis
PSY 732 Addiction Counseling
PSY 733 Trauma Counseling

Three courses from the following Counseling Electives (3 credits each; courses are in development):
PSY 801 Stress Management
PSY 802 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
PSY 803 Social Problems and Counseling
PSY 804 Crisis Intervention and Prevention
PSY 805 Advanced Career Counseling Techniques
PSY 806 Family Counseling
PSY 807 Child and Adolescent Counseling
PSY 811 Grief Counseling
PSY 814 Military and Police Counseling
PSY 816 Creative Arts in Counseling

Clinical Engagement (3 credits each, all are required):
PSY 870 Clinical Practicum
PSY 900 Clinical Internship I
PSY 901 Clinical Internship II