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The integration of face-to-face and online courses make for an innovative approach to training elementary and secondary school counselors. 

Features that make this a program to fit your lifestyle and career goals:

  1. Fall and spring courses delivered on a biweekly Saturday schedule at our Schaumburg Campus means only 7 class meetings per semester
  2. Cohort model for maximum peer interaction
  3. Special summer scheduling
  4. 51-credit-hour program meets academic requirements for Illinois School Counselor Certification

 Program of Study

 Fall Semester

Online Courses

 Spring Semester

Biweekly Fall and Spring Meet 7 Saturdays, 9AM-2PM

 Summer Semester

Meet weekly, 12 Saturdays

Year 1 

 CHS 400 Foundations of Counseling

CHS 416 Human Appraisal

CHS 413 Counseling Theory and Practice

CHS 406 Fundamentals of Statistics, Research, and Program Evaluation    

SPED 419 Exceptional Children and Youth

CHS 421 Theories and Dynamics of Group Counseling

Year 2

CHS 414 School Counseling, School Environment, and Consultation

CHS 417 Career and Lifestyle Development

CHS 401 Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Counseling

CHS 426 Pre-Practicum: Techniques and Interventions

CHS 418 School Counseling Program Development and Classroom Management

CHS 427 Practicum: Beginning Clinical Practice

Year 3

CHS 411 Social and Cultural Foundations

CHS 498 Internship: School Counseling

CHS 464 Child and Adolescent Counseling

CHS 498 Internship: School Counseling

CHS 457 Human Growth and Development (May be completed prior to Fall semester, Year One)