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Students completing the MEd specialization in clinical mental health counseling can find employment working with children, adults and/or families in any number of settings, including but not limited to: mental health counseling agencies, behavioral health settings, addiction treatment centers, group homes, residential treatment centers, hospitals and private practice settings.
EDC 8050 Clinical Mental Health Counseling
EDC 8100 Theories/Techniques of Counseling
EDC 8110 Multicultural Counseling
EDC 8120 Career Counseling
EDC 8130 Assessment in Counseling
EDC 8140 Development of Counseling Skills
EDC 8150 Group Counseling
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Strong applicants show evidence of academic success (e.g., undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or above), especially in related coursework; potential for success in graduate school (e.g., evidenced by GPA, GRE scores and recommendation letters); and analytical thinking skills (e.g., analytical writing section of the GRE). We do not require any GRE Subject tests.
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