Graduate Bulletin

This graduate bulletin is intended as a guideline for students and should not be construed as an offer to contract or as a contract between Campbell University, Incorporated, and any student or a warranty of any entitlements, programs, regulations, or benefits set forth herein. Campbell University, Incorporated, its agents, officers, and employees may rescind or modify any benefit, program, regulation, or entitlement set forth herein at any time, for any reason, with or without notice. This handbook/bulletin supersedes all previous editions of this handbook/bulletin.

View the 2019-20 Graduate Bulletin

Addendum to 2019-2020 Bulletin

Counselor Education Programs

  1. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: (pg. 48)

    CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   SLO 1: Clinical Mental Health Counseling students will demonstrate an understanding and application of counseling theories.                                                        SLO 2: Clinical Mental Health Counseling students will demonstrate an understanding and application of individual and small group counseling, including the use of assessments in the counseling process.                                                                                                                                                                                                          SLO 3: Clinical Mental Health Counseling students will demonstrate ethical principles and promote professional dispositions.                                                       SLO 4: Clinical Mental Health Counseling students will exhibit an understanding of the needs of individuals at all developmental levels and demonstrate cultural competency.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SLO 5: Clinical Mental Health Counseling students will demonstrate an understanding of the roles, setting, and delivery modalities within the mental health continuum of care.

    SCHOOL COUNSELING:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SLO 1: School Counseling students will demonstrate an understanding and application of counseling theories.                                                                                     SLO 2: School Counseling students will demonstrate an understanding and application of individual and small group counseling, including the use of assessments in the counseling process.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SLO 3: School Counseling students will demonstrate ethical principles and promote professional dispositions.                                                                                     SLO 4: School Counseling students will exhibit an understanding of the needs of individuals at all developmental levels and demonstrate cultural competency.  SLO 5: SC students will demonstrate the professional knowledge and skills necessary to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all P-12 students through data-informed school counseling programs to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all P-12 students through data-informed school counseling programs.

    PROVISIONAL ADMISSION: (pg. 50)

    A student who has been provisionally admitted, must apply for full standing upon completion of the first two semesters of graduate study and be fully admitted before continuing his/her study.  All grades in these first two semesters must be A’s or B’s. A grade of C on any of these courses will result in revocation of the individual’s status as a provisionally admitted student..

    COMPREHENSIVE EXAM: (pg. 51)

    Annual dates Comprehensive Examinations are administered: the first Friday of October and the first Friday of March.  

    School Counseling:

Note 1: (pg. 54)  Students should take CEDU 626, 624 and 645 as the first courses in the program. If this cannot be arranged, these courses should be taken as early as possible.

Note 4: (pg. 54)  Counselor education students must apply for the practicum or internship by March 15 for fall placement or October 15 for spring placement. Students are required to find their own practicum or internship placement, which must be approved by the Campbell supervisor to whom they are assigned. Applications should state the proposed site of the practicum or internship, the proposed field supervisor at the site, and the proposed dates of involvement in the experience. (The name, title, address, and phone number of the official who must give final approval of the site). A request form should be given to the field experience coordinator in the Counselor Education Program at Campbell University, P.0. Box 369, Buies Creek, NC 27506. Students must have completed 30 academic hours prior to applying for Education 690 Practicum in Counseling.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling:

Note 4: (pg. 56) Counselor education students must apply for the practicum or internship by March 15 for fall placement or October 15 for spring placement. Students are required to find their own practicum or internship placement, which must be approved by the Counselor Education Field Experience Coordinator. If in the School Counseling Program, a student must have completed 30 academic hours prior to applying for CEDU 695, Practicum in Counseling. If a student is in the M.A. Program (61 hours), they must have completed 43 hours before applying for CEDU 695.