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Program of Study: M.Ed.

in Student Affairs Counseling


The Masters degree program in Student Affairs Counseling is a 39 credit program intended for those interested in
careers in higher education and student affairs. This working document is based on current licensing regulations.
This program is for students admitted after December, 2011.
General Counseling: Core Courses
CNSA528
Counseling Theories/Techniques Student Affairs (3 credits)
CNGC529
Multicultural Counseling (3 credits)
Prerequisite: CNGC 528 or concurrent
CNGC500
Research and Evaluation (3 credits)
CNGC538
Group I: Theory and Practice of Group Interaction (3 credits)
Co-requisite: CNGC 520 & Prerequisites: CNGC 528
CNGC520
Group Experience (Pass/No Pass 0 credits) Co-requisite: CNGC 538
CNGC539
Introduction to Career Counseling (3 credits)
Student Affairs Counseling: Core Courses
CNSA 510
Student Development Theory in Higher Education (3 credits)
CNSA 515
Foundations in Higher Education & Student Affairs (3 credits)
CNSA 520
Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in Student Affairs (3 credits)
CNSA 525
Student Affairs Administration (3 credits)
CNSA 530
Helping Skills for Student Affairs Professionals (3 credits)
Student Affairs Counseling Fieldwork:
CNSA 570

Advanced Applied Counseling: Student Affairs (Total of 150 hours; 3 credits)


Prerequisites: CNSA 528, CNGC 529, CNGC 538 & CNGC 520, CNSA 510, CNSA 515,
CNSA 520, CNSA 525, CNSA530, and a fieldwork application approved by the Director of
Fieldwork.

CNSA 571

Internship: Student Affairs Counselor (Total of 150 hours; 3 credits)


Prerequisites: CNSA 570 and a fieldwork application approved by the Director of
Fieldwork.

Capstone Experience
CNGC 585 Capstone Portfolio (3 credits)