We offer a unique opportunity for students interesting in understanding the human psyche and helping others. Unlike general psychology programs offered at other schools, this specialized program will provide you with advanced training in counseling psychology so that you are better prepared to join the mental health profession.

Counseling Psychology Major Requirements

Counseling Foundations (19 credits)
• Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
• Multicultural Issues in Psychology (3 credits)
• History & Systems of Psychology (3 credits)
• Statistics for Research (3 credits)
• Methods of Psychological Research with Laboratory (4 credits)
• Senior Seminar (3 credits)

Counseling Concentration (18 credits)
• Life Span Development (3 credits)
• Personality Theories (3 credits)
• Introduction to Counseling Theories (3 credits)
• Introduction to Counseling Techniques (3 credits)
• Measurement and Assessment in Psychology (3 credits)
• Abnormal Psychology (3 credits)

Advanced Counseling Psychology Electives (pick 6 from list; 18 credits)
• Educational Psychology (3 credits)
• Child Development (3 credits)
• Adolescent Psychology (3 credits)
• Substance Use and Abuse (3 credits)
• Social Psychology and Human Interaction (3 credits)
• Developmental Disabilities (3 credits)
• Marriage and Family Counseling (3 credits)
• Introduction to Behavior Modification (3 credits)
• Childhood Psychopathology (3 credits)

General Electives (18 Credits)

DelVal Core Curriculum (52 Credits)