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Academic Catalog '16 - '17 | Post-Master’s Counselor Program

Post-Master’s Counselor Program

 

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Description

The post-Master's counselor program is designed for applicants who have already earned a master’s degree in School Counseling and want to take the 12 additional credits needed to meet eligibility requirements for the Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.) credential in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

  • Students who enroll in this program are given a discounted rate on the tuition.
  • Students have 12 months from the time of enrollment to complete the four courses.

Please note: this program does not result in an additional Master’s degree or certification from Trinity Washington University. The program exists solely for the completion of graduate-level work in order to meet eligibility requirements for professional counselor licensure.

Program Requirements

Students in this program complete four courses for a total of 12 credits.

BOTH of the following courses:

  • COUN 553 Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • COUN 557 Introduction to Family Therapy

TWO of the following courses:

  • EDCC 610 Research Problems in Education/Counseling
  • COUN 563 Counseling Women and Girls of African Ancestry
  • COUN 606 Loss and Bereavement Counseling
  • COUN 505 Psychology of Children Facing Poverty
  • COUN 612 Conflict Management and Resolution
  • COUN 655 Spanish Language and Culture
  • COUN 695 Bibliotheraphy: Counseling & Academic Intervent for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Adolescents

Program Policies

Time:
Students must complete the 4 courses within a 12-month timeframe. The discounted tuition rate will not apply past this time frame.

Grades in Education Courses:
Students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and may have no more than 3 credits below a B-.

Pass/No Pass:
Courses may not be taken Pass/No Pass.

Experiential Credit Policy:
Credits earned through experience are not counted toward completion of the program.

Transfer Credits:
Transfer credits are not awarded.

Course Descriptions

COUN 553 Alcohol and Substance Abuse
COUN 557 Introduction to Family Therapy
COUN 563 Counseling Women and Girls of African Ancestry
COUN 606 Loss and Bereavement Counseling
COUN 505 Psychology of Children Facing Poverty
COUN 612 Conflict Management and Resolution
COUN 655 Spanish Language and Culture
COUN 695 Bibliotheraphy: Counseling & Academic Intervent for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Adolescents
EDCC 610 Research Problems in Education/Counseling


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