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MS in Counseling Psychology - MFT
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If you started FA11 or prior and have questions about the summer courses, please contact Academic Advising or your Program Director. Rotations below include plans for fall and summer admits on page one, and plans for spring admits on page two. 

Counseling Psychology (MFT) - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 19K)
Counseling Psychology (MFT with LPCC Concentration) - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 22K)
PCC Concentration Course List - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 57K)
Certificated Concentration in Forensic Psychology (.pdf, 83K)
MA in Forensic Psychology
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For those admitted in the 2011/12 academic year or earlier, please schedule an appointment with Dr. Anne-Marie Larsen to discuss curricular changes. Rotations below include plans for fall and summer admits on page one, and plans for spring admits on page two.  

Forensic Psychology - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 19K)
MA in Counseling Ministry
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These rotations are for those pursuing the M.A. in Counseling Ministry only.  If you have been admitted to the Counseling Psychology MFT/Counseling Ministry program, then refer to the Complementary Masters MFT/Counseling Ministry rotations. Rotations below include plans for fall and summer admits on page one, and plans for spring admits on page two.  

MA in Counseling Ministry - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 18K)
MA in Counseling Ministry Professional Ministry - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 19K)
MA in Counseling Ministry Research Thesis - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 19K)
Counseling Ministry and Counseling Psychology Dual Masters
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This list only includes the Counseling Ministry portion of the dual MA/MS requirements.  While it is possible to take courses for both programs simultaneously, most students start with the MFT/Counseling Psychology rotation, then complete the Counseling Ministry rotation.

MA/MS Counseling Ministry/Counseling Psyc Dual (Counseling Min Portion List) - 2015/2016 (.pdf, 16K)
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