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Curriculum

What are the Degree Requirements?

  1. 48 credit hours of required and elective courses
  2. Written and oral comprehensive examinations
  3. A calendar year of at least 400 hours of Internship (approximately 12-16 hours/week) in a non-clinical setting

*No thesis required

Curriculum (48 credits)

Course Title Credits

PCC/PCMF 500

Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy  

3

PCC/PCMF 502

Counseling Laboratory I

3

PCC 509

Psychological Assessment I

3

PCC 512

Addictions Counseling

3

PCC 533

Business Basics for I/O

3

PCC 653

Consulting in I/O

3

PCC 654

Organizational Training

3

PCC 659

Assessment in I/O

3

MGT 736

Organizational Analysis

3

MGT 760

Human Resources

3

MBA 810

Self Assessment and Leadership

3

PCC 685/686*

Internship

 

PCC 695/696

Professional Seminar

9

Choose 1 of the Following

PCC/PCMF 506

Research & Statistics

3

MBA 620

Statistical Thinking for Managers

3

Choose 1 of the Following

PCC/PCMF 612

Group Processes

3

MGT 742

Organizational Communication

3

Choose 1 of the Following

PCC/PCMF 619

Multicultural Counseling and Therapy

3

MGT 739

Managing Cultural Diversity

3

 

 

 

Total Credits

 

48

* The Professional Seminar is taken in conjunction with the Internship.

Internship
Internship is a "hands-on" experience that provides students with the opportunity to integrate theory and practice while under direct supervision. Students receive individual advisement and establish their own training site that best matches their interests and career goals.

While students are in the Internship, they enroll in a co-requisite seminar to discuss professional and ethical issues relevant to the internship experience. The seminar meets once a week in the evenings.


Program offered at:


Francis Berna, OFM, Ph.D.

Donna A. Tonrey, Psy.D., LMFT, LPC
Director

Counseling and Family Therapy
Master's Programs
Office: Wister Hall, Room 218
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141 USA
Phone: 215.951.1767
Fax: 215.991.3585
psyma@lasalle.edu


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