Oct 30, 2020  
2019-2020 Springfield College Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Springfield College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Counseling


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Program Information


The counseling program at Springfield College develops critically reflective, exceptional, counselors, advocates and leaders. We strive to graduate counselors with a strong professional identity, a broad knowledge base, the skills and expertise necessary to serve people in their chosen field. Grounded in theory and best practices, our graduates are advocates of change, and able to recognize and address individual and systemic issues of inequity and injustice. As professional counselors, our graduates are trained in humanics philosophy to serve individuals in mental health, school, and rehabilitation counseling settings. The core curriculum includes 30 shared credits. The three concentration areas allow students to specialize in their chosen area of counseling and gain eligibility for licensure or certification. Students may take electives to meet the 60 credit program requirement and state licensing requirements. Courses are available on five campuses and are delivered through face to face, hybrid or online formats.

Degree Information


The candidate will be eligible for a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree with a major in Counseling.

Contact Information


Concentration Requirements


Students select from one of the following concentrations:

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Requirements


School Counseling Requirements


Rehabilitation Counseling Requirements


Electives (to complete a minimum total of 60 credits)


For each Concentration, students will take any COUN/CMHC/RHCN/PSYC or SCCN course to complete 60 Credits and meet state requirements- as outlined in your plan of study with your advisor.

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