2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Jul 18, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology


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GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:

Master of Science—Communication Disorders-Speech-Language Pathology
Master of Education—School Counseling
Master of Science—Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Post-Master’s, Non-Degree License Program—School Counselor
Non-Degree Certification Program—Clinical Mental Health Counselor Endorsement
Master of Education—School Psychology
Educational Specialist—School Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services-Counselor Education
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services-School Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services-Counseling Psychology (program closed to new admissions since 2010)

Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology
University Hall, room 226
Phone: 812-237-2880
Fax: 812-237-2729
Web site: http://indstate.edu/education/cdcsep
See program areas for specific degree program contact information.

Department Chairperson: Dr. Linda L. Sperry

The Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology (CDCSEP) prepares students for professional careers through academic and clinical experiences.

FACILITIES AND SERVICES

Practicum, research, and internship experiences are available in many different settings within the University including the Norma and William Grosjean Clinic in University Hall, which includes the Porter School Psychology Center, the Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders, and the Counseling Clinic. Supervised clinical experiences also occur in off-campus sites such as schools, clinics, mental health centers, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers.

COMMUNICATION DISORDERS PROGRAMS

GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:

Master of Science—Speech-Language Pathology

Communication Disorders Area Office
University Hall, room 226
Phone: 812-237-2800

The communication disorders area of CDCSEP offers a graduate program in speech-language pathology. This program is designed to build upon undergraduate course work, to strengthen the theoretical and practical base needed for evaluation and treatment of communication disorders, and provide the student with intensive, supervised practicum/internship experiences in a variety of educational and medical settings. The master of science program in speech-language pathology at Indiana State University is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

COUNSELING PROGRAMS

GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:

Master of Education—School Counseling
Master of Science—Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Post-Master’s, Non-Degree License Program—School Counseling
Non-Degree Certification Program—Clinical Mental Health Counselor Endorsement
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services with Specialization in Counselor Education
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services with Specialization in Counseling Psychology (currently inactive)

Counseling Programs Area Office
University Hall, room 226
Phone: 812-237-2870

The counseling area of CDCSEP offers graduate degrees in clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and counselor education. Program graduates secure professional positions in a variety of educational, human service, medical, research, business, correctional, and social service settings. In addition to pursuing advanced degrees, graduate students and practicing professionals may take department courses as part of a licensure, certificate, or personal professional development program. Graduate programs holding national accreditation include the master of science degree in clinical mental health counseling, the master of education degree in school counseling, and the doctor of philosophy degree in counselor education, all either accredited by or seeking accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. The degree in school counseling meets the Indiana Department of Education’s requirements for licensure. The degree in clinical mental health counseling leads to license eligibility in all states having mental health counselor licensure at the master’s level. The doctoral degree in counseling psychology meets the academic requirements for psychology licensure.  Further information about Council for the Accrditation of Counseling Related Educational Programs accreditation may be obtained from Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Counseling Related Educational Programs, 5999 Stevenson Avenue, Alexandria, VA, 22304, phone 703-823-9800, extension 301.

School Counseling Licensure Regulations

Individuals interested in licensure are encouraged to consult Education Student Services in the Bayh College of Education before pursuing a program intended to lead to licensure. Because of changes in educator licensing, up-to-date licensing information is not reflected in this catalog. For questions, contact Education Student Services.

Counseling Psychology

The doctor of philosophy in Guidance and Psychological Services-Counseling Psychology remains accredited by the American Psychological Association as an inactive program.  The doctoral degree meets the academic requirements for psychology licensure.  Further information may be obtained from American Psychological Association, Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC, 20002-4242, Phone: 202-336-5979, Fax: 202-336-5978, email: apaaccred@apa.org.

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAMS

GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:

Master of Education—School Psychology
Educational Specialist—School Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy—Guidance and Psychological Services—School Psychology

School and Educational Psychology Programs Area Office
University Hall, room 226
Phone: 812-237-2880

The school and educational psychology area of CDCSEP offers graduate programs in school psychology. These programs emphasize a comprehensive knowledge of both psychology and education with particular focus on evidence-based practices in intervention, assessment, consultation, and program evaluation. The educational specialist (Ed.S.) degree prepares individuals for entry-level positions in the school setting through state department of education licensure or certification as a school psychologist. The doctor of philosophy degree is designed to provide advanced training and prepare individuals for professional practice in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, private practice, and universities. The doctoral degree meets the academic requirements for psychology licensure. Both degree programs are approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and the doctoral program is also accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Further information regarding accreditation and program approval can be obtained from the Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, American Psychological Association, 750 First Street NE, Washington, D.C. 20002-4242, Phone: 202-336-5979, Fax: 202-336-5978, email: apaaccred@apa.org; and National Association of School Psychologists, 4340 East West Highway, Suite 402, Bethesda, MD 20814, Phone: 301-657- 0270, e-mail: cert@naspweb.org.

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