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Academic Catalog

    Argosy University
   
 
  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Argosy University Academic Catalog—Graduate Programs | Volume 8, Issue 1

Section Fifteen, Graduate Course Listings


Course descriptions describe the learning opportunities that are provided through the classroom and coursework. It is each student’s responsibility to participate in the activities that will lead to successfully meeting the learning outcomes

Not every course is offered at each Argosy University campus. Availability is based on curriculum, faculty interest, local clinical needs, and student interest. Registration Bulletins and other announcements provide detailed course availability and prerequisite information. Courses with variable credits are differentiated by the number of hours the course requires to complete the expectations. The listing presented here was current at the time of publication. We recommend contacting the particular campus for current course availability.

Campus Abbreviations

Course prerequisites that are campus-specific are indicated by the following abbreviations:

Abbreviation
Campus
ATL
Argosy University, Atlanta
CH
Argosy University, Chicago
DAL
Argosy University, Dallas
DEN
Argosy University, Denver
HI
Argosy University, Hawai’i
IE
Argosy University, Inland Empire
LA
Argosy University, Los Angeles
NAS
Argosy University, Nashville
NVA
Argosy University, Northern Virginia
ORA
Argosy University, Orange County
PHX
Argosy University, Phoenix
SLC
Argosy University, Salt Lake City
SAR
Argosy University, Sarasota
SCH
Argosy University, Schaumburg
SEA
Argosy University, Seattle
SF
Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area
SD
Argosy University, San Diego
TAM
Argosy University, Tampa
TC
Argosy University, Twin Cities

Course Numbering System

While many courses cross lines between class levels, and therefore the numbering system is not always completely consistent, the following offers a general correlation between course numbers and grade levels.

Grade Level
Course Number Range
Master’s First-Year
6000-6499
Master’s Second-Year
6500-6999
Doctorate First-Year
7000-7499
Doctorate Second-Year
7500-7999
Doctorate Third-Year
8000-8499
Doctorate Fourth-Year
8500-8999

Argosy University awards semester credit hours as noted in each course description.

 

Pastoral Community Counseling (TH)

   •  TH7101 - Professional Development in Pastoral Community Counseling
   •  TH7102 - Individual Spiritual Enhancement
   •  TH7103 - Holistic Health Theory and Practice
   •  TH7104 - Family Mediation and Conflict Resolution
   •  TH7105 - Curriculum Development for Community Education
   •  TH7106 - Non-Western Helping and Healing
   •  TH7107 - Directed Independent Study in Religion and Psychology
   •  TH7108 - Contemporary Ethical Issues in Pastoral Counseling
   •  TH7109 - Special Topics in Pastoral Counseling
   •  TH7110 - Spiritual and Religious Issues in Counseling

Professional Counseling (PC)

   •  PC6000 - Counseling Theory
   •  PC6003 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PC6005 - Maladaptive Behavior and Psychopathology
   •  PC6010 - Professionalization Group I
   •  PC6011 - Professionalization Group II
   •  PC6012 - Professionalization Group III
   •  PC6020 - Theories of Family Process and Development
   •  PC6021 - Schools of Family Therapy
   •  PC6022 - Family Therapy Counseling Skills
   •  PC6023 - Marriage and Family Studies
   •  PC6025 - Human Growth and Development
   •  PC6030 - Psychopathology and Assessment
   •  PC6104 - Counseling Skills I
   •  PC6105 - Counseling Skills II
   •  PC6106 - Foundations of Mental Health Counseling
   •  PC6107 - Foundations of Community Counseling
   •  PC6200 - Human Sexuality
   •  PC6220 - Personality Theories and Individual Counseling
   •  PC6230 - Theories in Counseling Families and Individuals
   •  PC6240 - Introduction to Psychological Testing
   •  PC6250 - Clinical Psychopharmacology
   •  PC6300 - Professional and Ethical Issues
   •  PC6320 - Domestic Violence and Spousal Abuse
   •  PC6330 - Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting
   •  PC6400 - Practicum I
   •  PC6401 - Practicum II
   •  PC6402 - Practicum III
   •  PC6410 - Counseling Practicum
   •  PC6415 - Counseling Internship
   •  PC6416 - Counseling Internship I
   •  PC6417 - Counseling Internship II
   •  PC6417-EX - Counseling Internship II Extension
   •  PC6420 - Community Mental Health
   •  PC6430 - Aging
   •  PC6440 - Child and Adolescent Counseling
   •  PC6445 - Play Therapy
   •  PC6505 - Group Counseling
   •  PC6510 - Social and Cultural Foundations of Therapy
   •  PC6511 - Social and Cultural Diversity
   •  PC6515 - Multicultural Diversity and Advocacy
   •  PC6521 - Research and Program Evaluation
   •  PC6525 - Appraisal and Assessment
   •  PC6532 - Trauma Counseling
   •  PC6600 - Career and Lifestyle Development
   •  PC6700 - Couples and Family Counseling
   •  PC6712 - Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavioral and Emotional Disorders
   •  PC6750 - Couples and Relational Counseling
   •  PC6800 - Special Topics in Professional Counseling
   •  PC6803 - Trauma Impact and Counseling
   •  PC6806 - Addictions and Family Counseling
   •  PC6808 - Ethics and Professional Orientation of Addictions Counseling
   •  PC6810 - Professional Practices in Counseling
   •  PC6812 - Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment and Relapse Prevention in Addictions Counseling
   •  PC6814 - Forensic Counseling
   •  PC6816 - Psychopharmacology for Counselors
   •  PC6818 - Integrating Spirituality in Counseling
   •  PC6820 - Advanced Theories and Techniques of Addictions Counseling
   •  PC6822 - Alternative Approaches to Addiction Treatment
   •  PC6825 - Psychological Change Strategies
   •  PC6826 - Crisis and Trauma Counseling with Special Populations
   •  PC6828 - Counseling Military Families
   •  PC6900 - Substance Abuse Counseling
   •  PC7100 - Professional Issues: Ethics, Conduct and Law

Public Health (PH)

   •  PH6010 - History and Foundations of Public Health
   •  PH6012 - Epidemiology and Risk Management
   •  PH6014 - Biostatistics: Analysis and Application
   •  PH6016 - Environmental Health and Emergency Preparedness
   •  PH6018 - Social, Cultural, and Behavioral Implications on Health
   •  PH6020 - Health Policy and Analysis
   •  PH6022 - Health Communications and Social Marketing
   •  PH6024 - Performance Improvement Systems in Public Health
   •  PH6510 - Change Implementation and Management in Public Health Systems
   •  PH6512 - Public Health Informatics
   •  PH6514 - Public Health in the 21st Century
   •  PH6602 - Capstone Project: Writing a Public Health Grant
   •  PH6606 - Field Experience I: Leadership in Public Health
   •  PH6607 - Field Experience II: Leadership in Public Health

Research (R)

   •  R6032 - Research and Program Evaluation in Counseling
   •  R7001 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  R7031 - Methods and Analysis of Quantitative Research
   •  R7034 - Advanced Statistical Methods
   •  R7035 - Methods and Analysis of Qualitative Research
   •  R7036 - Program Evaluation Methods
   •  R7037 - Survey Techniques
   •  R7038 - Applied Research
   •  R7040 - Advanced Qualitative Methods

School Counseling (SC)

   •  SC6035 - Human Growth and Development
   •  SC6110 - Foundations of School Counseling
   •  SC6112 - Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors
   •  SC6114 - Counseling Theories and Practice
 

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