2019-2020 Graduate Academic Catalog

C.A.G.S. in Counseling Psychology 36 credits

Candidates who already hold a Master's degree in psychology or a related field may pursue a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (C.A.G.S.). This certificate option is for experienced professionals who wish to expand their clinical skills, engage in scholarly reflection, and enhance theoretical understanding. On-campus enrollment is required.

Program of Study

Required Discipline/Specialization Courses

GCOUN 6200Orientation to Professional Counseling and Psychology*


GCOUN 6027Clinical Skills and the Counseling Process*


GCOUN 6258Consultation Skills for Counselors and Mental Health Professionals


GCOUN 7710Clinical Practice and Supervision I: Clinical Setting**


GCOUN 7711Clinical Practice and Supervision II: Clinical Setting**


GCOUN 6211Professional Integrative Seminar


Electives (21 credits)

Students select electives in consultation with their faculty advisor.