Master in Counseling Psychology

Breyer State University
United States
Master's Degree
Study mode
3 years
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Entry Requirements

  • To enroll in a Masters program, students must have an earned bachelor degree and mail in a copy of the official transcripts. Official documentation must be in file before the completion of the first course or the grade will not be posted.


Core Courses:

  1. Theories of Personality
  2. Counseling Techniques and Theories
  3. Tests and Measurements
  4. Ethics in Counseling
  5. Group Counseling
  6. Marriage and Family Counseling
  7. Ethics, Consulting & Practice
  8. Research methods

The above core courses are required for all students in the degree program. Upon successful completion of the core courses, students will select one of the specialty tracks:

Addiction Counseling 

  1. Pharmacology & Addictions
  2. Assessment Methods in Addictions Counseling
  3. Drug Abuse & Counseling
  4. Alcoholism & Addictions Counseling
  5. Children & Addictions
  6. Thesis

Animal Psychology 

  1. Animal Behavior
  2. Behavior Modification
  3. Companion Animal Behavior
  4. Moral Philosophy and Animal
  5. Measuring Behavior
  6. Thesis 

Counseling Psychology 

  1. Psychopathy
  2. Brief Therapy
  3. Brief Therapy with Children and Adolescents
  4. Substance Abuse Counseling
  5. Independent Study Course

Gerontology Counseling Psychology 

  1. Foundations of Gerontology
  2. Gerontology Counseling I
  3. Cultural & Social Issues in Gerontology
  4. Group Counseling with the Elderly
  5. Gerontology and Social Services
  6. Thesis

Positive Psychology 

  1. Introduction to Positive Psychology
  2. Psychology of Human Strength
  3. Positive Interventions
  4. Coaching and Positive Interventions
  5. Stress Management and Well-Being
  6. Thesis

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