The Masters in Professional Counseling Psychology program prepares students to "practice mental health counseling" in a variety of community, research and clinical settings, in both the private and public sector. Opportunities to specialize in a particular clinical problem or population are given to students through the clinical training experience and the completion of a Final Project.
Final Project: Advanced Case Conceptualization
The Final Project is defined as an advanced case conceptualization that is completed as part of the clinical training experience.
- CLP 6945 Clinical Practicum (3 credits)
- CLP 6943 Advanced Clinical Practicum (3credits)
- CLP 6948 Clinical Internship (3 credits)
- CLP 6949 Advanced Clinical Internship (6 credits)
For more information, please review the Professional Counseling Psychology Masters Program Student Handbook.