Part-Time Sequence

Students in our Indiana University Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling degree program can complete the 60-credit curriculum as full-time or part-time students. Your actual schedule may change depending on the number of credit hours you complete each semester and the availability of courses.

Four-year course sequence for part-time students

  • Year 1

    Fall

    PSY-G 502Professional Orientation & Ethics3 credits
    PSY-G 523Laboratory in Counseling3 credits

    Spring

    PSY-G 514Lifespan Development3 credits
    PSY-G 575Multicultural Counseling3 credits

    Summer

    PSY-G 563Foundations of Mental Health Counseling3 credits
  • Year 2

    Fall

    PSY-G 505Individual Appraisal3 credits
    PSY-G 522Counseling Theories3 credits

    Spring

    PSY-G 532Intro. to Group Counseling3 credits
    PSY-G 552Career Counseling & Development2 credits
    PSY-G 553Career Counseling Lab1 credit

    Summer

    PSY-G 567Intro. to Marriage & Family Counseling3 credits
  • Year 3

    Fall

    PSY-G 598Seminar in Professional Issues3 credits
    PSY-G 615Psychopathology, Psychodiagnostics, & Treatment I3 credits

    Spring

    PSY-G 520Research in Counseling3 credits
    PSY-G 616Psychopathology, Psychodiagnostics, & Treatment II3 credits

    Summer

    PSY-G 524Practicum in Counseling3 credits
  • Year 4

    Fall

    PSY-G 550Internship3 credits
    PSY-G 622Advanced Theories of Counseling3 credits

    Spring

    PSY-G 550Internship3 credits
    PSY-G 645Consultation & Organizational Development3 credits

    Summer

    PSY-G 647Advanced Internship3 credits