Welcome to the Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School and Educational Psychology web site. Established in 2006, the Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology values excellence in practice, collegiality, and social justice for all persons.
Nationally accredited programs train students in four human service disciplines: Communication Disorders (M. S., B. S.), Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M. S.), School Counseling (M. Ed.), and School Psychology (Ed.S., Ph.D.).
Clinical placements occur in the department’s
comprehensive Norma and William Grosjean Clinic
in University Hall as well as in diverse
internship placements. In addition, CDCSEP adds
to programs across the College and the
University with our expertise in diversity,
human development, statistics, and research
Interested in our programs? Fill out the information request form and we will contact you.
There is a new approved BCOE Thesis/Dissertation Template
Counseling Students in the field researching in Thailand and Cambodia 2013 Read about the trip