Psychological Counseling and Guidance Master's Program Course Descriptions
Master’s Program Courses
4540502 Research Methods and Ethics In Education
An overview of educational research process and procedures; understanding and developing competence in research methods; application of different research designs.
4540504 Educational Statistics
Basic statistical techniques for carrying out an educational research. Coding and entering data, use of descriptive statistics for data tabulation and summarization. Percentiles and standard scores, normal distribution, sampling distribution and central limit theorem, correlation and simple linear regression analysis, hypothesis testing for one and two sample cases, z, t, F, chi-square distributions, one and two way analyses of variance.
4540505 Prothesis Seminar
Development of master s thesis and presentation of thesis proposal. The course involves design, methods and other matters of concern in the preparation of an acceptable Master’s thesis proposal.
4540599 Master’s Thesis
4540800-899 Special Studies
4540523 Theories of Counseling
This graduate level course is designed to familiarize students with several major theoretical approaches in counseling and psychotherapy and help them integrate these approaches with practice. A secondary goal is to introduce the wide variety of styles and practices used by leaders in the field of counseling and psychotherapy.
4540570 Counseling with Children
Basic approaches to child counseling, utilizing play media in counseling, research on counseling and psychotherapy with children.
4540582 Principles and Techniques of Counseling
Understanding counseling as a process, goals of counseling, stages of the counseling process with special reference to the techniques used in each stage. Theories and research findings.
4540583 Group Counseling
Overview of the counseling group. Different theoretical approaches and techniques in group counseling. Stages in group counseling. Ethical and professional issues in group practice.
4540584 Field Practice I
Opportunity for advanced students to obtain practical experience. Identification of significant problems in an educational environment and other related settings.
4540585 Field Practice II
Continuation of Field Practice I
4540586 Interpersonal Relations
4540587 Counselling the Parents of Exceptional Children
4540588 Counselling Needs of Exceptional Children
4540589 Couple and Family Counseling
The family as a system, the family life cycle, dealing with families with young children and adolescents. The process of systems counseling.
4540590 Counseling in Higher Education
Growth and status of student services, theories of student development, models for higher education, essential competencies and techniques of counselor in higher education, organization and management, current trends.
4540591 Recent Developments in Counselling
4540592 Counselling for Elderly
4540593 Crisis Counseling
Intervention techniques used in a crisis situation such as drug induced crisis, family crisis, death of a loved one, loss of a job, retirement, financial problems, unwanted pregnancy and so on. Research on crisis counseling.
4540594 Counselling in Industrial Settings
4540595 Career Development Counseling
Developmental patterns in career choice. Components of career development counseling. Different approaches to career development counseling.
4540596 Assessment Techniques in Counseling
Practice in the administration of individual tests and preparation of psychological reports. Psychological and educational assessment procedures used with counselee(s).