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MSBS: Counseling Track - Full Time

Mostly Face-to-Face with Summers

Starts Aug. 2019 - Graduate May 2023
1 5000 Seminar
5433 Counseling Th (night)
5003 Ethics (day)
Elective: 5393 Systems Theory (night)
5033 Basic Counsel Skills* (night)
5013 Research Methods (day)
5243 Adv. Psych Personality (day)
5203 Human Develop (online)
[5083 Intro Counsel**
(night - or day next summer)

2 5363 Psychopathology (day)
5713 Group Counsel (night)
5523 Assessment Intel (day)
5383 Social & Cultural Found (day)
5703 Indiv Counsel (night)
5073 Crisis Intervention (day)
[5083 Inro Counsel** (night)]
[5513 Assess Personality (online)**]
3 5743 Clinical Practicum I
5053 Statistics (day)
[5043 Human Sexuality** (night)]
Apply for Comp
5753 Clinical Practicum II
[5253 Career Counsel** (night)]
Take Comp

*  Skill Set course = very strict attendance policy
**  Not required but needed for licensure

While this is the current projected rotation, it is subject to change.

  1. Most day classes meet from 11:00 - 1:45; most night classes meet 6:30-9:15.
  2. Failure to complete a course in the designated semester will likely delay projected graduation.
  3. Courses in brackets are not likely to qualify for financial assistance.
  4. It is the student's responsibility to know if/when he/she qualifies for financial assistance.
  5. Students have a maximum of 6 years to complete the degree.
  6. Students must pass the comprehensive exam to earn the MSBS degree.
  7. Although the MSBS:  Counseling Track requires 48 credit hours, Oklahoma state licensure as an LPC requires 60 credit hours.  The courses listed above meet the Oklahoma state requirements for LPC; please refer to the Curriculum Evaluation for LPC provided to you in PSY 5000 for more detailed information.