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Academic Catalog

    Argosy University
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Argosy University Academic Catalog—Graduate Programs | Volume 7, Issue 1 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section Ten, College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences


College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences

Mission Statement

The mission of the Argosy University College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences is to prepare students to become skilled, professional practitioners, who can function ethically and effectively within multicultural settings and with diverse populations. The College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences demonstrates its commitment to academic excellence and integrity by providing instruction, delivered in convenient formats by scholar/practitioner faculty, which is designed to prepare graduates  to  seek employment in a wide variety of practitioner and applied fields. Graduates of the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences should possess the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for meeting the highest standards of professional service.

Privacy

Personal growth and development is considered necessary to becoming an effective counselor. As a result, courses incorporate strategies for promoting such growth. These experiences may include, among others, journaling, reflecting on one’s difficulties with the counseling process, identifying and sharing personal issues and history that may hinder effective and culturally sensitive counseling, and sharing personal experiences with bias and discrimination. We recognize the sensitivity necessary to create an environment of safety for such sharing, and expect faculty and students to conduct themselves in a way that promotes such safety. One necessary component in creating safety is the faith that one’s disclosures will be held in confidence. Therefore, we expect students to keep confidential any material shared in class and in course assignments. Also, students enrolled in the clinical psychology degree programs should review the Non-Academic Competence Policy  and the Guidelines for Students’ Sharing Affective Experiences and Reactions to Didactic and Clinical Material  described in the Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Psychology degree program.

Applied Psychology Non-Licensure Programs

Programs

Master of Arts

Master of Science

Clinical Psychology Programs

Programs

Master of Arts

Counseling Psychology Programs

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Education

Counselor Education Programs

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Education

Marriage & Family Therapy Programs

Programs

Master of Arts

Doctor of Marriage & Family Therapy (DMFT)

Graduate Certificate