The counseling minor program is available to undergraduate students who are working toward a bachelor’s degree. Students must check with their academic advisors to have their minor program approved. The interpersonal skills gained in this program may be applied to a variety of employment settings within the professions related to health and human services. A minor in counseling also provides students with a background that serves as a strong foundation when applying to master’s degree programs in counseling and related fields.
A minimum of five counseling courses are offered each fall and spring term/semester. At least one section of the two introductory courses (COUN 2610 and COUN 3620) is offered each fall and spring term/semester. There are minimal courses are offered during the summer.
A counseling minor requires 18 hours of coursework.