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M.Ed. in School Counseling

Degree Requirements Credit Hours

M.Ed. in School Counseling Required Core Curriculum

Credit Hours - 48

COUN 5312 Counseling Theories and Techniques

COUN 5313 Group Counseling Methods

EDSC 5310 Introduction to School Counseling

EDSC 5311 Developmental Psychology

EDSC 6010 Defense of Degree

EDSC 6012 School Counselor TExES Seminar

EDSC 6308 The School and Multicultural Society

EDSC 6309 Curriculum Organization for Guidance Programs

EDSC 6310 Pre-Practicum for School Counseling

EDSC 6311 Administration of Guidance and Counseling

EDSC 6312 Appraisal in Counseling and Development (S-L)

EDSC 6316 Practicum I for School Counseling (S-L)

EDSC 6317 Current Trends and Issues in School Counseling

EDSC 6318 Practicum II for School Counseling (S-L)

EDSC 6319 Applied Research and Program Evaluation

EDSC 6320 Ethical, Legal, and Professional Practices

EDSC 6380 Career Development and Lifestyle Counseling for School Counselors

EDUC 5310 Introduction to Exceptional Learners

Total Credit Hours Required 48
Degree Requirements Credit Hours

Note: Beginning with students enrolled for Fall 2019, the M.Ed. in School Counseling at DBU will increase from a 36-hour to a 48-hour non-thesis program due to new regulations from the Texas Education Agency.

Note: Refer to course descriptions for course prerequisites.

(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.

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