Criminology, Certificate of Adv. Study

Department

Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation

Song Lee,  Chair
Education Building, Room 350
559.278.0340

Alicia Beeton, Coordinator, Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
Education Building, Room 350
559.278.0433

http://fresnostate.edu/kremen/academics/departments/cer.html

Degrees and Programs Offered

CERT in Criminology, Certificate of Adv. Study
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - Child Welfare Counseling, Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Counseling Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - Social Work, Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Psychologist
MS in Counseling - Marriage, Family, & Child Counseling Option, M.S.
MS in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, M.S.
MS in Counseling - School Counseling Option, M.S.
MS in Counseling - Student Affairs & College Counseling Option, M.S.

Courses Offered

Department Description

The Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation offers programs and master's degrees in the areas of Counseling and Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. The programs utilize the services and facilities of community agencies and school districts within the university service area.

Requirements

Certificate of Advanced Study - Criminal Justice Counseling Specialist

Education Building, Room 340
559.278.0340

Individuals who are fully classified and advanced to candidacy in (or graduates of) the M.S. in Counseling program (Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling option) and M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling may elect to take courses leading to the Criminal Justice Counseling Specialist Certificate of Advanced Study. The certificate program is designed to enhance professional skills for counseling service within the criminal justice system. In addition to coursework required for the M.S. in Counseling (Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling option) and M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling, students seeking the Criminal Justice Counseling Specialist Certificate of Advanced Study are required to take a total of 16 units in Criminology (in addition to prerequisite CRIM 100 or equivalent), 6 units of which may be used as electives in the M.S. in Counseling (Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling option) and the M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling with approval of a faculty adviser.

Program Requirements. The required certificate courses include CRIM 153, 201, 203, and 281. (Note: Counseling students must meet with a Criminology adviser a semester prior to enrolling in CRIM 281.)

Master of Science in Criminology students seeking the Certificate are required to take an equivalent number of Counseling courses: COUN 176, 200, 208, 232, and 239 with COUN 174 as a prerequisite. (Note: Criminology students must meet with a Counseling adviser a semester prior to enrolling in COUN 239.)

 

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