Jul 14, 2024  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CMH 5230 - Graduate Directed Study

Credits: 2. The directed study option allows students to work independently on a topic of interest under the close supervision of a faculty member.  Given the nature of the directed study that focuses on personalizing learning, students are involved co-creating a course syllabus with a faculty member.  In the co-creation procedure, students are able to contribute to establishing what content and topic is covered.  The directed study may consist of independent readings on a specific clinical intervention combined with practice implications, comprehensive case study, a research study, or the development and application of a program evaluation.  This course is aimed at students who want to explore and/or expand upon basic knowledge on a topic of interest in the field of counseling.  The student must submit a directed study proposal and approved by the faculty member who will provide supervision.  The directed study will result in a formal paper.  
Prerequisite(s): Only for Clinical Mental  Health Counseling matriculated students.