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    Online Master of Science Degree in Counseling

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Master of Science - Master's Enrollment: 300 seats total Application Deadline: How Students and Instructors Communicate: Chat Room, E-mail, Online Assignment Submission, Postal, Threaded Discussion Board, Voice, Video Subject: Counseling Psychology METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    This course uses WebCT

     
    DESCRIPTION
    The Counseling Studies Institute (CSI) at Nova Southeastern University offers an innovative academic program designed for the working professional actively involved in or entering the field of counseling. The institute is a collaborative initiative of Nova Southeastern University's Fischler Graduate Center for Education and Human Services, the Center for Psychological Studies, and the Mailman Segal Institute. The institute offers individuals the opportunity to earn a degree in counseling with concentrations in mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, substance abuse counseling and education, applied behavior analysis, and advanced applied behavior analysis. The online institute is designed to serve the training needs of administrators and practitioners who seek advanced training, but who cannot access quality training without the interruption of ongoing work responsibilities.

    The Counseling Studies Institute programs will develop the skills and leadership abilities of counselors who have a desire to provide, create and maintain high quality service delivery. The online instruction offers accessibility and flexibility along with a quality educational opportunity for the mature independent student.

    Curriculum:
    Core Course Requirements (33 credit hours)
    * CSL 510 Counseling Theory and Practice
    * CSL 520 Research and Program Evaluation
    * CSL 530 Human Growth and Development
    * CSL 540 Diagnosis and Treatment of Adult
    Psychopathology
    * CSL 550 Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues
    * CSL 560 Individual Evaluation and Assessment
    * CSL 570 Social and Cultural Foundations
    * CSL 580 Substance Abuse Philosophy and Treatment
    * CSL 590 Career and Life Assessment
    * CSL 600 Couples and Family Counseling Strategies
    * CSL 610 Group Theory and Practice

    Program Tracks:
    Substance Abuse Counseling Concentration (15 Credits)
    * SA 710 Foundations of Substance Abuse and
    Counseling in a Community Setting
    * SA 720 Issues in Clinical Supervision
    * SA 730 Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders
    * SA 740 Psychopharmacology of Licit and Illicit Drugs
    * SA 770 Substance Abuse Counseling Practicum I

    Substance Abuse Counseling and Education (27 Credits)
    Above Track Courses (15 Credits)
    * SA 750 Prevention Programming in Education
    * SA 780 Substance Abuse Counseling Practicum II
    * SA 790 Substance Abuse Counseling Practicum III
    * Elective

    Mental Health Counseling Concentration(27 Credits)
    * MH 710 Foundations of Mental Health Counseling
    * MH 720 Community Mental Health
    * MH 730 Case Conceptualization
    * MH 740 Advance Treatment Intervention
    * MH 750 Human Sexuality
    * MH 760 Diagnosis and Treatment of Child and
    Adolescent Psychopathology
    * MH 770 Counseling Practicum I
    * MH 780 Counseling Practicum II
    * MH 790 Counseling Practicum III

    Combined AS/MHC Specialization (75 hours)
    MHC 60 hour program plus Substance Abuse Track

    Applied Behavior Analysis (BCABA) Concentration (9 credits plus 6 credits elective practicums)
    * ABA 710 Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 720 Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 740 Evaluation of Interventions in Applied
    Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 760 Practicum in ABA I (elective)
    * ABA 770 Practicum in ABA II (elective)

    Advanced ABA (BCBA) Concentration (15 credits academic courses; 12 elective practicum credits)
    * ABA 710 Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 720 Application of Applied Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 730 Behavior Assessment Models in Applied
    Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 740 Evaluation of Interventions in Applied
    Behavior Analysis
    * ABA 750 Professional Issues in Applied Behavior
    Analysis
    * ABA 760 Practicum in ABA I (elective)
    * ABA 770 Practicum in ABA II (elective)
    * ABA 780 Advanced Practicum in ABA I (elective)
    * ABA 790 Advanced Practicum in ABA II (elective)


    The Behavior Analyst Certification Board� has approved these course sequences as meeting the eligibility requirements for either the Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (9 credit series) or the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (15 credit series). This approval is based on standards implemented in Fall 2005. Completion of this certificate or concentration program does not result in certification in ABA. Further supervision and passing the exam are required to be certified.

    Two levels of certification are offered. BCBA requires a master抯 degree and BCABA requires a bachelor抯 degree. Concentration-only students may elect not to take the practicum if they already have eligible required supervisory experience.

     
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    N/A
    TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
    All CSI students must attest to their ability to access a computer with a modem to be considered for admission to the program. Current hardware requirements are specified within the program application materials. Additionally, each time they register, students must document access to a minimum of the hardware and software listed below.

    � Pentium (or Celeron) 200mhz
    � Sound card and Speakers
    � 32MB
    � Internet Explorer 5.0 or Netscape Navigator 4.5 or
    higher
    � 56K Modem
    � Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, Me, Xp
    � CD ROM
    � Personal e-mail address
    � Microphone
    � Internet service Provider
    � Office 97, 2000, XP including Word, Excel and
    Powerpoint
    � New release of Virus Program (Dr. Solomon, McAfee,
    Norton AntiVirus,...etc.)

     
    ACCESS TO LEARNING RESOURCES
    Online students are provided access to the same library resources normally available to on-campus students. The university's Distance Library Services (DLS) are accessible from a web site that provides online students with the ability to conduct index and catalog searches, request books, journal articles, and other documents using online forms, and to contact a reference librarian. Students may also communicate with the DLS office using email, telephone, and fax. The university抯 Electronic Library provides online access to hundreds of databases and thousands of full-text journals online. All materials mailed by the library are sent by first-class mail. When books are borrowed, the student has to pay a small charge for third-class postage to return them. Books are loaned for one month. Periodical copies or ERIC documents need not be returned. To contact DLS by phone, call 800-541-6682, ext. 4602, or 954-262-4602.

    Barnes & Noble College Bookstores, as the university's official bookstore, offers comprehensive bookstore services to our local and online students. While students have the option to purchase textbooks from other online and local sources, there are benefits from purchasing from the university's bookstore (on-campus or online), including better availability and the ability to directly apply financial aid to book orders. The university's bookstore provides the full-spectrum of shipping options. The school insures that required textbooks are available, and then posts them on its website at least one month prior to the start of each term. Students should place their orders early enough to ensure delivery prior to the start of the term. The bookstore may be reached at 800-509-2665 or 954-262-4750.
    ACCESS TO FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
    The Office of Student Financial Assistance administers the university抯 financial aid programs of grants, loans, scholarships, and student employment and provides professional financial advisers to help students plan for the most efficient use of their financial resources for education. In order to participate in financial aid programs, a student must be admitted into a university program and must be a citizen, a national, or a permanent resident of the United States, or be in the United States for other than a temporary purpose.

    A prospective student who requires financial assistance must apply for financial aid while he or she is a candidate for admission. Students/applicants may apply for financial aid online. For additional information or application forms call 800-806-3680 or 954-262-3380. To continue financial aid, at a minimum, enrolled students must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress toward a stated educational objective in accordance with the university抯 policy on satisfactory progress for financial aid recipients.

    SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

    N/A
    SPECIAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
    Students must complete their program within five years from the date of first enrollment. This means that students are expected to complete all master's degree requirements with a grade point average of 3.0 or better and graduate within this time period. Students in the mental health counseling concentration must complete a comprehensive examination as part of degree requirements. In the event that a matriculated student who has been in continuous enrollment does not complete all requirements within the five-year time limit, he or she must enroll in the master's program and:

    Maintain full-time status (minimum six credits per semester, excluding summer sessions. Complete remaining degree requirements, which will include any course work that is more than five years old.

     
    ACCESS TO ADVISING/MENTORING SERVICES
    Advisement is conducted regularly by the graduate program office (director and advisors) and the faculty. Program office staff and faculty may be reached by email or telephone.
    SPECIAL TRANSFER POLICIES
    N/A
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    N/A
    SPECIAL ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS
    N/A
    SPECIAL PROGRAM PREREQUISITES
    N/A
    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    N/A

     


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