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Required Courses

  • CNED 767 - Advanced Group Counseling (3 credits)

    • Theory and practice of group facilitation will be covered, building on the student's current expertise.  Supervised practice in group work is included.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 770 - Counselor Supervision (3 credits)

    • Theory and practice of counselor supervision.  Major schools of thought in counselor supervision will be examined, as well as the process of supervision and relationship between supervisor and supervisee.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 779 - Quantitative and Survey Research (3 credits)

    • In-depth analysis of theory, method and technique for conceptualizing and conducting quantitative research in counseling and counselor education will be examined.  Survey design and methodology will be included.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 787 - Professional Issues: Professional Development, Consultation and Publishing (3 credits)

    • A seminar that addresses the following: needs of practitioners for professional development, both as consumers and providers; theory and practice of consultation; and, the process of developing, writing and submitting manuscripts for publication.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 863 - Advanced Clinical Assessment, Report Writing, & Treatment Planning  (3 credits)

    • Advanced assessment procedures and abnormal psychology in clinical mental health settings are examined.  Emphasis is on administering and interpreting assessments and integrating results into individualized reports including diagnoses, interventions, and treatment with measureable counseling outcomes.  
      Prereq:  CNED 713 and admission to the CNED doctoral or master's program.

  • CNED 869 - Instructional Theory and Practice in Counselor Education and Supervision (3 credits)

    • This course addresses theories pertaining to the practices of teaching and learning within the context of professional counseling.  Students explore instructional models, educational techniques, and facilitate supervised learning experiences for master's level classes.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 871 - Advanced Multicultural Practice in Counselor Education and Supervision (3 credits)

    • This course is designed for students to engage in the advanced study and practice of counseling with diverse populations. A major focus is advocacy for minority, non-dominant and oppressed populations.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 872 - Advanced Counseling Theories (3 credits)

    • This course is designed for students to engage in the advanced study and practice of theory.  Application of theory and models for case conceptualization and treatment of crisis and trauma are emphasized.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 876 - Qualitative Research and Program Evaluation (3 credits)

    • Major approaches for qualitative research in counselor education are examined.  Theory and practice issues are included, as well as processes for data analysis.  Models and methods of program evaluation are included.
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 880 - Ethical and Legal Issues in Counselor Education and Supervision (3 credits)

    • This course is designed for students to engage in the advanced study of ethical and legal issues in counseling and in the practice of counselor education and supervision.  
      Equivalent to EDUC 757
      Prereq: Admission to doctoral program and completion of master's program courses.

  • CNED 890 - Doctoral Seminar (4 credits)
  • CNED 894C - Practicum (3 credits)
  • CNED 894C - Internship 
  • CNED 899 - Dissertation

  • STAT 725 - Applied Statistics (3 credits)

    • Data description, probability, inference on means, proportions, difference of means and proportions, categorical data, regression, analysis of variance, and multiple comparisons.  Prereq: Knowledge of algebra.  This course is not intended for statistics or mathematics majors.

  • Additional 3 credit Statistics class

Additional Electives are also required, a minimum of 71 credits is required to graduate.


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