The Department of Counseling offers a Human Services Counseling Minor. This minor is ideal for students preparing for careers in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, and related fields.
In this minor you will learn counseling theories and practical skills used to help others. You will gain valuable "hands-on" experience in interactive classes working with dynamic faculty. You will have the opportunity to intern at exciting sites in the five boroughs and enhance your networking and graduate school application.
Total: 18 Credits (Prerequisites: ENG 102 or 201, PSY 101)
Part One: Required Courses Subtotal: 9 credits
Part Two: Electives* Subtotal: 9 credits
*At least one course must be taken at the 300 level.
CSL 210 Peer Counseling Training (requires application process)
CSL 211 Peer Counseling Practicum (requires application process)
CSL 220 Leadership Skills
CSL 230 Case Management
CSL 260 Gender and Work Life
CSL 291 Disability and Human Service Counseling
CSL 299 Family and Community Systems
CSL 342/PSY 342 Introduction to Counseling Psychology
CSL 381 Fieldwork in Human Service (requires application process)
CSL 389 Independent Study