Chicago State University Counseling Graduate Program Student Learning Outcomes

Student

Learner

Outcomes

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5611

5640

5650

5660

5670

5710

5720

5730

5740

5750

5760

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5810

5840

5950

Practicum

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Exam

Comps

Part 1

5990

Internship

5991

Internship

Comps Part 2

1

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K

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A

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2

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5

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K

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A

A

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S

6

K

A

A

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A

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7

K

A

A

A

A

A

A

A

S

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8

A

S

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9

K

A

S

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Student Learner Outcomes

Revised Outcomes:

  • Upon Graduation from the Counseling Graduate Program Students will be able to:

 1. Integrate knowledge of human growth and development into the diagnostic and counseling process.

 2. Appropriately use counseling assessment, research, and evaluation protocols.

 3. Use the analysis of the dynamics of the helping relationship in the counseling process.

 4. Prepare and utilize effective educational and career planning in school/clinical mental health counseling settings, including settings with the complex challenges of urban youth, families and communities.

 5. Effectively respond to professional and ethical issues.

 6. Implement an appropriate plan of intervention to use in effectively teaching and counseling clients, including urban youth.

 7. Appropriately respond to social and cultural issues in school/clinical mental health counseling settings.

 8. Integrate counseling knowledge and skills into effective performance as a school/clinical mental health counselor.

9. Effectively coordinate services with other professionals in the school/clinical mental health counseling setting.

Current Outcomes:

  • Upon Graduation from the Counseling Graduate Program:

 1. Students will demonstrate knowledge in the relationship between human growth and development and counseling.

 2. Students will demonstrate knowledge in assessment, research, and evaluation.

 3. Students will understand the dynamics of the helping relationship and be able to apply this understanding in counseling and group guidance.

 4. Students will understand educational and career planning and be able to apply this understanding effectively in school/clinical mental health counseling settings, including settings with the complex challenges of urban youth, families and communities.

 5. Students will demonstrate a professional orientation and knowledge of professional and ethical issues.

 6. Students will understand how to assess a client, including urban youth, as well as develop and implement an appropriate plan of intervention to use in effectively  teaching the client.

 7. Students will demonstrate knowledge of social and cultural issues relevant to counseling and be able to apply this knowledge in school/clinical mental health counseling settings.

 8. Students will be prepared for employment as a school/clinical mental health counselor.

9. Students will demonstrate a high level of knowledge in School/clinical mental health counseling.