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Courses at the 600-level

CEP 601: Cognitive Assessment

Lab experiences are provided in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of individual cognitive tests, with emphasis on the application of tests. Psychological report writing is also introduced.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • matriculation into the school psychology program
CEP 602: Social-Emotional Assessment and Intervention

Objective and projective techniques in the assessment of child and adolescent personalities are studied. Lab experiences are provided in test administration, scoring, and interpretation.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 534
  • CEP 551
CEP 603: Professional School Psychology

This course covers the foundations of school psychology, roles and functions of psychologists in schools, professional standards and ethics, realities of practice, and vital issues for the profession.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Matriculation in the school psychology program
CEP 604: Psychoeducational Assessment and Response-to-Intervention

The neuropsychological process in learning is reviewed, with lab work in the use of psychoeducational tests to identify learning problems. Remedial instructional strategies are also examined.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Prior or concurrent enrollment in CEP 601
CEP 605: School Psychology Practicum

This is a yearlong, 400-hour practicum experience. Emphasis is on supervised practice in the problem-solving approach to school psychological service.
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 601, 603, and 604, each with minimum grade of B
CEP 609: Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling

Standards of practice, ethical codes, and applicable laws related to the counseling profession are reviewed. Emphasis is on developing an ethical decision-making model applicable to counseling issues.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Matriculation in a C.A.G.S. program
  • or consent of the department chair
CEP 610: Advanced Clinical Internship I

Students attend a weekly seminar and log 300 hours at a work setting placement under the supervision of a field supervisor and department faculty member.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 509 and 684 (with minimum grade of B) or consent of department chair.
CEP 611: Advanced Clinical Internship II

Students attend a weekly seminar and log 300 hours at a work setting placement under the supervision of a field supervisor and department faculty member.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 610 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent of department chair.
CEP 612: Cross-Cultural Counseling

Issues in counseling diverse groups are presented. Current counseling models are adapted to meet these groupsí specific needs.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 539 or consent of department chair
CEP 613: Psychopharmacology and Mental Health

The neuroscience perspective of human behavior and the mechanisms of drug action are studied. Attention is given to principles of psychopharmacology and the biology and treatment of mental illness.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 536 or consent of department chair
CEP 615: Organization, Operation, and Administration of Counseling Services in Schools

The practice, concepts, and trends in the organization, operation, and administration of counseling services in schools are studied.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Matriculation in a graduate program in counseling, educational leadership, or school psychology
  • or consent of department chair.
  • or consent of the department chair
CEP 629: Internship in School Psychology

This internship consists of a 1,200-hour, one-year placement in a cooperating school system under the supervision of a certified school psychologist and a college faculty member. A weekly seminar is required.
12 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 604
  • CEP 605
CEP 648: Assessment & Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders

Students develop clinical skills to assess, diagnose, and engage chemically dependent individuals in counseling and recovery processes. The interactive nature of substance use and co-occurring mental health issues is explored.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 539 or consent of department chair.
CEP 656: Crisis Assessment and Intervention

This course includes an examination of diverse crisis situations as well as assessment and treatment strategies used by counselors to assist individuals, groups, and organizations in managing and resolving crises.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 539 or consent of department chair
CEP 663: Research and Information Technology for Counselors

Educational research and evaluation strategies are examined as they relate to student learning. The application of information technology to assessment and evidence-based practice in counseling are explored.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • matriculation in a C.A.G.S. program
  • or consent of the department chair
CEP 675: Consultation and Collaboration in School and Community Settings

For graduate students in school psychology, school counselors, special educators, and administrators interested in collaboration. Emphasis is on direct and indirect support-service delivery in schools.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • matriculation into the counseling, educational leadership, or school psychology program; or consent of department chair
CEP 682: Advanced Theory and Practice of Group Counseling

Theories of group counseling are presented and supervision is provided as students conduct requisite group counseling sessions in the field.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Matriculation in a C.A.G.S. program
  • CEP 537 or equivalent
  • or consent of department chair
CEP 683: Practicum III: Advanced Counseling Skills

Students extend and deepen their counseling skills. Audio and video resources are used. Students apply their skills in a supervised clinical setting for a minimum of five hours a week. (Formerly Advanced Practicum in Counseling I.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • CEP 539 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent of department chair.
CEP 684: Practicum IV: Advanced Clinical Interventions

Students learn advanced interventions skills and how to develop measurable outcomes to improve the effectiveness of counseling. Students work 100 hours in a supervised clinical setting providing direct client service. (Formerly Advanced Clinical Practicum in Counseling II.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • with minimum grade of B
CEP 686: Supervision in Counseling

Theoretical concepts and applied skills in the supervision of counseling are presented. Students develop their teaching, supervision, and consultation skills.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • matriculation into a C.A.G.S. program or consent of department chair
CEP 690: Independent Study

Research is conducted under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Matriculation in a C.A.G.S. program
  • Consent of department chair

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