Education-Counseling and Student Services, M.A.

Department

Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation

Albert Valencia, Chair
Education Building, Room 350
559.278.0340

Dr. Jenelle Pitt, Coordinator
Education Building, Room 350
559.278.0304

www.fresnostate.edu/kremen/departments/cer.html

Degrees and Programs Offered

CERT in Criminology, Certificate of Adv. Study
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - Child Welfare Counseling, Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Counseling Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - Social Work, Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Psychologist
MA in Education-Counseling and Student Services, M.A.
MS in Counseling - Marriage, Family, & Child Counseling Option, M.S.
MS in Rehabilitation Counseling, M.S.
MS in Counseling - School Counseling Option, M.S.
MS in Counseling - Student Affairs & College Counseling Option, M.S.

Program Description

The graduate program in Rehabilitation Counseling is a CORE (Council on Rehabilitation Education Inc.) accredited, 60-unit master’s program. The mission of the program is “To serve people with disabilities by doing an outstanding job of training warm, empathic, trustworthy and competent Qualified Rehabilitation Professionals who will make a real difference in the lives of persons with disabilities and transform the practice of rehabilitation counseling in California and beyond.” Full-time students can complete the 60 units in four semesters. The last semester is a full-time internship. Students who attend part-time usually finish within three years. The program is able to accommodate the varying needs of students. The program is the largest in the country with an enrollment of 120-130 students, but there is an emphasis on personal interaction and contact with each other, faculty and professionals in the field. Prior to completion of the final semester, students are eligible to sit for the national exam and become Certified Rehabilitation Counselors. The program is ranked 17th in the nation by U.S. News and World Report and 2nd in California. It is known as a national leader in hands-on, real-world rehabilitation.

Courses

Counselor Ed & Rehabilitation

COUN 102. Rehabilitation Professions

(PHTH 102 same as COUN 102.) Overview of various rehabilitation professions, the services provided by these professions, the development of an interdisciplinary rehabilitation service, and principles and philosophies of rehabilitation. Responsibilities, educational requirements, practice parameters, and job locations of rehabilitation professionals. Taught in the classroom in the fall semester and on-line in the spring semester.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

COUN 150. Laws Relating to Children

Current and proposed legislation in parent-child relationships, adoption, and guardianship, education of the minor, marriage contract, child labor, juvenile delinquency, and child welfare programs.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

COUN 174. Introduction to Counseling

(COUN 174 same as PSYCH 174.) An overview of basic counseling models, including psychoanalytic, behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic approaches. Includes a personal counseling experience.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

COUN 176. Counseling and Mental Health

Examination of the relationship between counseling and mental health with emphasis on current issues of adjustment in society.

Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

COUN 180T. Topics in Counseling

Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Seminar covering special topics relating to counseling: new developments in counseling techniques, special populations, and current research. (Successful Career Development, $10)

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 12 units

COUN 180T. Attention Deficit Disorder: Information & Interventions for Effective Teaching (VESI)

This course is designed to give students a complete history of ADD along with accepted and experimental treatment methods. The course reviews current treatment of the disorder and practical intervention strategies designed to increase on-task behavior while decreasing disruptive, inappropriate, and off-task behaviors in the classroom. Instructor access is obtained through email or phone office hours. Musthave MAC OS 9.x or OS 10.x or Windows 2000, XP Home, Professional, or newer. Requires 256 MB or RAM, 5 MB of free hard drive space, 15" or larger color monitor with minimum resolution of 800x600, CD driver 4x miminum spped and a printer connected to your computer. Offered cooperatively by CSU Fresno and Virtual Education Software.

Units: 2, Repeatable up to 5 units

COUN 180T. Collaborative Leadership Skills for Human Services Professionals

A three-part course designed for human services professionals. These workshop series will identify specific tools and strategies for tackling the challenges in today's complex, client-centered environment. Learn to move beyond concepts to highly leveraged and effective collaborative leadership.

Units: 1, Repeatable up to 12 units

COUN 190. Independent Study

See Academic Placement -- [-LINK-]. Approved for SP grading.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 6 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring

COUN 200. Seminar in Counseling Techniques

(3; Max total 6) Prerequisite: COUN 174. Emphasis given to interviewing skills, philosophy, theory, and methodology as applied to counseling. Student must earn a grade of B or better to move on to COUN 208. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 201. Seminar in Multicultural Aspects of Counseling

Prerequisite: COUN 174. Cognitive and experiential study of social and psychological variables which influence the cross-cultural counseling relationship. Culturally relevant models of counseling theory and practice are explored. Current research methods and findings are presented. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 202. Seminar in Group Counseling

Prerequisite: COUN 174, COUN 200. Theories and methods of interpersonal communication within groups, transferal of information, group leadership and membership, role perceptions, verbal and nonverbal interaction, and group counseling. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours - one of the two lab hours consists of mandatory participation in an experiential group)

Units: 3

COUN 203. Seminar in Assessment in Counseling

Prerequisite: ERA 153. Selection, administration, and evaluation of psychological tests and psychometric data for use in counseling settings. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours) (Course fee for assessment materials, $10)

Units: 3

COUN 206. Counseling Through the Lifespan

Prerequisite: COUN 174. Explores developmental issues and life events from infancy through old age and their effect upon individual, couples and family relationships. The impact of gender, race, ethnicity, class and sexual orientation on developmental process is explored.

Units: 3

COUN 208. Practicum in Counseling

Prerequisites: 12 units in counseling program, including COUN 200. Supervised on-campus counseling experiences with selected clients. Experience in individual counseling, critiquing of tapes and typescripts, observations, and case report writing. Students must earn a B or better to take COUN 219, 238, 239, or 249. (2 seminar, 4 lab hours)

Units: 4, Repeatable up to 8 units

COUN 209. Advanced Practicum in Counselor Supervision

Prerequisites: COUN 200 and permission of instructor. Content provides an introductory experience with the role of counselor supervisor. Focuses on the supervisory processes in terms of theoretical perspectives and practices of supervision. Enrollment is by faculty permission only. CR/NC grading only. (Formerly COUN 280T) (CSU liability insurance fee, $8)

Units: 3-6

COUN 211. Seminar in Sexuality Counseling

Presents an overview of theories and research for the treatment of sexual issues, emphasizing relational and social contexts. Topics covered include sexual disorders, sexual abuse, and gay/lesbian/bisexual issues. (Formerly COUN 280T section)

Units: 3

COUN 214. Student Development Theory and Higher Education

Offers an examination of the major theories of college student development. Theories are presented with an exploration of the conceptual framework, relevant research and criticism, and counseling applications. Implications for multicultural and ethical practice are presented throughout the course. (Formerly COUN 280T section)

Units: 3

COUN 215. Foundations of Student Services in Higher Education

Overview of the philosophical and practical foundations of student services in higher education. Covers historical and current trends and issues facing the student services professional in higher education. Visit with representatives from student services. Discusses ethical,legal and professional identity develoment.

Units: 3

COUN 219. Field Practice in Student Services

Prerequisites: COUN 200, COUN 208, and permission of instructor. Supervised practice in a community college, college, or university. Typically requires a one-year commitment with specific clock-hour requirements. Students must carry professional liability insurance. Approved for RP grading and CR/NC grading. (CSU liability insurance fee, $8) Note: If taken a third time the units could be used towards electives.

Units: 3-6, Repeatable up to 9 units

COUN 220. Seminar in Career Development Theory

Prerequisite: COUN 174. Examination of career development theories and research for their implications in understanding career development generally and career counseling specifically. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours) (Course fee for assessment materials, $10)

Units: 3

COUN 230. Seminar in Marriage and Family Therapy Theories

Prerequisite: COUN 174. Study of theories, techniques, and methodology of marriage and family therapy. Current research and methods are presented. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 231. Seminar in Ethics and Professional Practices of Counseling

Prerequisites: COUN 200 or permission of instructor; COUN 230 taken concurrently or completed prior to enrollment. Addresses professional concerns, including legal/ethical issues, professional identity, and Board of Behavioral Sciences regulations. Introduces family mediation and professional consultation. Includes a minimum of seven training hours in child abuse assessment and reporting in accordance with MFT licensing requirements.

Units: 3

COUN 232. Psychopathology and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Prerequisite: COUN 174, COUN 176 or equivalent. Analysis of psychopathology within the framework of the current DSM. Emphasis on integrating the etiology of the disorders with diagnosis, theory and treatment. (Formerly COUN 207)

Units: 3

COUN 233. Seminar in Therapeutic Methods with Children, Adolesents, and Their Families

Prerequisites: COUN 206 and COUN 230 recommended. Theories and methods for assessing and treating children, adolescents, and their families. Emphasis is placed on strength-based approaches, play therapy, and current issues in child/adolescent treatment. Covers parent education. (Formerly COUN 213)

Units: 3

COUN 234A. Contemporary Issues in Counseling: Sexuality in Human Relationships

Course provides an overview of the role of sexuality in human relationships, including a review of sexual abuse, gay/lesbian/bisexual isuues, sexual dysfunctions, and intimacy issues. Emphasis on treatment and interventions with couples. Course fulfills Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) requirement for human sexuality training.

Units: 1

COUN 234B. Contemporary Issues in Counseling: Violence in Intimate Relationships

Provides an overview of the sociological, systematic, clinical, and treatment aspects of violence in intimate relationships. Emphasis on assessment and intervention issues for individuals, couples, and families. Course meets BBS requirements for domestic violence training. (Formerly COUN 280T)

Units: 1

COUN 234C. Contemporary Issues in Counseling: Substance Abuse Treatment

Course provides overview of substance abuse counseling issues with an emphasis on treatment of the family system. Course meets BBS requiements for substance abuse training. (Formerly COUN 280T)

Units: 1

COUN 234D. Psychopharmacology

Prerequisite: COUN 232; REHAB 204A or REHAB 204B. This course will provide a general working knowledge of psychopharmacology for mental health professionals. The course will cover the biological basis for psychopharmacolgical treatment, principles of psychopharmacological treatment, and clinical psychopharmacology which is the effect on client behavior of psychotropic medications in the treatment of mental and emotional disorders. (Formerly COUN 280T)

Units: 2

COUN 234E. Seminar in Consultation

Prerequisites: COUN 174 and permission of instructor. Introduces students to the concepts, processes, and styles of consultation and highlights the role of counselors as consultants. Emphasis placed on comparing and contrasting consultation to other helping roles.

Units: 1

COUN 238. Advanced Practicum

Prerequisites: COUN 208, COUN 230, COUN 232, and permission of instructor; COUN 231 taken concurrently or completed prior to enrollment. Supervised clinical experiences with families, couples, and/or children. Training in family systems assessment and family communication techniques. Students must carry professional liability insurance. Course must be completed with a grade of B or better. (CSU liability insurance fee, $8)

Units: 4, Repeatable up to 8 units

COUN 239. Field Placement in Counseling

Prerequisites: COUN 231; 40 units in counseling program, including COUN 200, COUN 208, COUN 238, and permission of instructor prior to semester of enrollment. Supervised practice of marriage and family therapy. Settings may include community agencies, school therapy programs, and hospitals. Typically requires a one-year commitment with specific clock-hour requirements. Students must carry professional liability insurance. Approved for RP and CR/NC grading. (CSU liability insurance fee, $8)

Units: 3-12

COUN 240. Seminar in Counseling of Exceptional Children and Their Parents

Theories and techniques in working with parents of exceptional children; emphasis placed on individual and group counseling skills with parents; direct contact with families, case study, and current legislation. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 241. Seminar in Organization of Counseling Services

Prerequisite: COUN 200. Organization, administration, and evaluation of counseling programs. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 242. Seminar on Parent Education, Pupil Advocacy, and Consulting

Prerequisites: COUN 174 and COUN 200 or equivalent. Emphasis on current theory and methods of parent education, pupil advocacy, and consulting. Examination of current models in each area including ethical standards, legal concepts, and professional responsibilities. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)

Units: 3

COUN 249. Field Practice in School Counseling

Prerequisites: COUN 200, COUN 208, and permission of instructor. Supervised counseling practice in school settings. Students must carry professional liability insurance. Required for the Pupil Personnel Services credential in school counseling. Approved for RP grading and CR/NC grading only. (CSU liability insurance fee, $8)

Units: 4-8, Repeatable up to 12 units

COUN 280T. Advanced Topics in Counseling

Prerequisites: postbaccalaureate standing and permission of instructor. Topics may include new developments in counseling techniques, rehabilitation counseling practices, special populations, and current research.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 12 units

COUN 280T. Addictions Counseling

The course will provide students with an introduction to addictions counseling, including substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and other addictive behaviors, major approaches to identification, evaluation treatment, and prevention of substance abuse and addictions, legal and medical aspects of substance abuse, populations at risk, the role of support person, support systems and community resources.

Units: 3

COUN 280T. Psychopharmacology in Counseling

This course will provide students with an introduction to psychopharmacology including the biological basis of behavior, basic classifications, indications, and contraindications of commonly prescribed psychopharmacological medications. The course incorporates an overview of drugs, their actions, effects, use and abuse. Students will identify and assess the actions, effects, uses and abuses of legal and illegal drugs and learn to make appropriate referrals.

Units: 3

COUN 280T. Advanced Clinical Theories

This course is to help students begin to develop a personal theory of counseling that recognizes world view, beliefs about the nature of counseling and why it works.

Units: 3

COUN 280T. Crisis and Trauma in Counseling

This course provides an overview of various concepts and principles of crisis and trauma as they relate to the field of professional counseling. Different aspects of crisis and trauma will be explored with an emphasis on biopsychosocial understanding of trauma; an exploration of interpersonal, communal, and hate crime forms of trauma; an understanding of assessment, prevention, and intervention strategies; and necessary self-care strategies for professional counselors. Topics including crisis theory; multidisciplinary responses to crises, emergencies, or disasters; cognitive, affective, behavioral, and neurological effects associated with trauma; brief, intermediate, and long-term approaches; and assessment strategies for clients in crisis and principles of intervention for individuals with mental or emotional disorders during times of crisis, emergency, or disaster.

Units: 3

COUN 290. Independent Study

See Academic Placement - Independent Study. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 6 units

COUN 298. Project

Prerequisites: advancement to candidacy for the master's degree; B average on 24 units of the master's program including ERA 220. See Criteria for Thesis and Project. A project consists of a significant undertaking appropriate to counseling such as the development of a program for counseling service delivery, development of audio-visual materials or computer software for counselor education or service delivery. An approved proposal is required for enrollment. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 3-4

COUN 298C. Project Continuation

Pre-requisite: Project COUN 298. For continuous enrollment while completing the project. May enroll twice with department approval. Additional enrollments must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Units: 0

COUN 299. Thesis

Prerequisites: advancement to candidacy for the master's degree; B average on 24 units of the master's program including ERA 220 and completion of an acceptable thesis proposal. See Criteria for Thesis and Project. Preparation, completion, and submission of an acceptable thesis for the master's degree. See Kremen School of Education and Human Development's graduate programs coordinator for school thesis guidelines. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 3-4, Repeatable up to 6 units

COUN 299C. Thesis Continuation

Pre-requisite: Thesis COUN 298. For continuous enrollment while completing the thesis. May enroll twice with department approval. Additional enrollments must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Units: 0

REHAB 201. Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling

Seminar in the fundamental concepts of rehabilitation counseling and vocational rehabilitation including examination and analysis of historical, philosophical, organizational, and functional principles. Community rehabilitation agency or orientation visit.

Units: 3

REHAB 203. Work Evaluation Procedures

Study of systems and procedures of work evaluation assessment by public and private rehabilitation agencies to assess culturally diverse persons with disabilities. Include principles of testing; test selection (including situational assessments and work samples), administration and interpretation, and report generation. (Formerly COUN 280T)

Units: 3

REHAB 204A. Medical Aspects of Psychiatric Disability & Basic Psychopharmacology

Seminar on treatment of etiology, functional limitations, and vocational implications of psychiatric and neurological disabilities, inlcuding review of the DSM. Student presentation of case studies.

Units: 3

REHAB 204B. Medical Aspects of Physical and Neurological Disabilities

Seminar on treatment etiology, functional limitations, vocational implications of physical and neurological disabilities. Student presentation of case studies.

Units: 3

REHAB 205. Career Placement in Rehab Process

A seminar concerning the attitudes, skills, and abilities necessary to provide effective vocational and career placement services to people with disabilities, including vocational diagnosis, career development, placement techniques, job analysis, affirmative action, and appropriate legislation.

Units: 3

REHAB 206. Psychological and Social Aspects of Disability

Seminar in psychological and sociological effects of physical and mental disability and the dynamics of adjusting to disabling conditions. Student presentation of case studies.

Units: 3

REHAB 211. Current Professional Issues in Rehabilitation Counseling

Seminar on current professional issues in the field of rehabilitation counseling and vocational rehabilitation programs in the public and private sectors with emphasis on ethical standards, legal concepts, and professional development responsibilities.

Units: 3

REHAB 237. Case Practices in Rehabilitation Counseling

Prerequisites: REHAB 201, REHAB 204A or REHAB 204B; COUN 200. Seminar in methods for facilitating client rehabilitation including interviewing, case recording, plan development, ethical practices; field placement in a community rehabilitation agency. (2 seminar, 6 lab hours) (CSU liability insurance fee, $8) (Formerly COUN 257)

Units: 4

REHAB 238. Rehabilitation Counseling Practicum

Prerequisites: COUN 200; REHAB 201, REHAB 204A or REHAB 204B, REHAB 205, REHAB 237. Laboratory rehabilitation counseling experiences with clients who are disabled, supervised individual counseling sessions, analysis of the effects of disability on personal and vocational development, methods of facilitating vocational rehabilitation, observations, critiques, report writing. Students must carry professional liability insurance. (2 seminar, 4 lab hours)

Units: 4, Repeatable up to 8 units

REHAB 239. Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling

Prerequisites: COUN 200, COUN 202; REHAB 201, REHAB 203, REHAB 204A, REHAB 204B, REHAB 205, REHAB 206, REHAB 211, REHAB 237, REHAB 238, REHAB 268A-B-C or permission of instructor. Full-time, supervised field placement in one of a variety of settings including case responsibilities. CR/NC grading only. (CSU liability insurance fee, $8) (Formely COUN 269)

Units: 12

REHAB 262. Assistive Technology

Seminar on systems and procedures for the rehabilitation counselor in providing technology solutions for persons with disabilities including assessment to determine need and fit, adjustment counseling, training in use and maintenance, funding procurement and high and low technology resource development. (Formerly COUN 280T)

Units: 3

REHAB 264. Rehabilitaion of the Industrially Injured Worker

Seminar on multiple aspects of worker's compensation system including policy, law, practice, case services and strategies that affect industrially injured workers. Includes differences between public and private rehabilitation and related insurance programs. (Formerly COUN 264)

Units: 3

REHAB 265. Introduction to Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Introductory seminar in substance abuse covering patterns and extent of substance abuse, models of addiction, assessment and diagnosis, legal ramifications, physiological effects, drug characteristics, treatment approaches, prevention, and ethical issues. Includes readings, lectures, guest presentations, class discussions, and student activities. (Formerly COUN 265)

Units: 3

REHAB 268A. Advanced Career Placement: Job Retention

Prerequisites: REHAB 205, REHAB 237; COUN 200. Supervised practical application of case management and job development, placement, retention, and advancement principles. Students work holistically with welfare department referrals to develop and implement individualized service plans with primary emphasis on vocational goals. Liability insurance required. (1 seminar, 2 lab hours) (Formerly COUN 268)

Units: 3

REHAB 268B. Advanced Career Placement - Workability IV

Prerequisites:REHAB 205, REHAB 237; COUN 200. Supervised practical application of case management and job development, placement, retention, and advancement principles. Students work holistically with Department of Rehabilitation referrals to develop and implement individualized service plans with primary emphasis on vocational goals. Liability insurance required. (1 seminar, 2 lab hours) (Formerly COUN 268B)

Units: 3

REHAB 268C. Advanced Career Placement: Ticket to Work

Prerequisites: REHAB 205, REHAB 237; COUN 200. Supervised practical application of case management and job development, placement, retention, and advancement principles. Students work holistically with Social Security Administration referrals to develop and implement individualized service plans with primary emphasis on vocational goals. Liability insurance required. (1 seminar, 2 lab hours) (Formerly COUN 268)

Units: 3

REHAB 268D. Advanced Career Placement: Transition

Prerequisites: REHAB 205, REHAB 237; COUN 200. Supervised practical application of case management and job development, placement, retention, and advancement principles. Students work with young adult transition students with developmental, learning and/or physical disabilities, transition successfully toward independent living, employment, and educational opportunities.

Units: 3

REHAB 280T. Advanced Topics in Rehabilitation Counseling

Varies based on topic.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 12 units

REHAB 290. Independent Study

See Academic Placement - Independent Study. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 1-3, Repeatable up to 6 units

REHAB 298. Project

Prerequisites: advancement to candidacy for the master's degree; B average on 24 units of the master's program including ERA 220. See Criteria for Thesis and Project. A project consists of a significant undertaking appropriate to counseling such as the development of a program for counseling service delivery, development of audio-visual materials or computer software for counselor education or service delivery. An approved proposal is required for enrollment. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 3

REHAB 298C. Project Continuation

Pre-requisite: Project REHAB 298. For continuous enrollment while completing the project. May enroll twice with department approval. Additional enrollments must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Units: 0

REHAB 299. Thesis

Prerequisites: advancement to candidacy for the master's degree; B average on 24 units of the master's program including ERA 220 and completion of an acceptable thesis proposal. See Criteria for Thesis and Project. Preparation, completion, and submission of an acceptable thesis for the master's degree. See Kremen School of Education and Human Development's graduate programs coordinator for school thesis guidelines. Approved for RP grading.

Units: 3, Repeatable up to 6 units

REHAB 299C. Thesis Continuation

Pre-requisite: Thesis REHAB 298. For continuous enrollment while completing the thesis. May enroll twice with department approval. Additional enrollments must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Units: 0

Requirements

M.A. in Education Option: Counseling and Student Services

The Master of Arts in Education with an option in counseling and student services is designed for individuals seeking advanced preparation for careers within educational settings.

Career Opportunities. The degree program provides preparation for those seeking development for careers or professional positions in educational settings, social services, business, religious organizations or other positions requiring expertise in counseling and/or student services.

Admission Requirements. Applicants for admission to the Master of Arts in Education with an option in counseling and student services must do the following:

Include with the admissions packet verification of completion of a counselor education program orientation.

Complete prerequisite coursework: COUN 174 (Introduction to Counseling) or equivalent. Applicants without an appropriate background may be asked to complete COUN 176 (Counseling and Mental Health) as an additional prerequisite.

Receive approval through a review by program faculty committee. Following receipt of the completed packet and the review by program faculty, applicants will receive written notification regarding admission status. Students may not enroll in 200-level courses until their application has been approved by the review committee and they are admitted to classified standing (fully admitted to the program).

Program Requirements. Under the direction of a graduate adviser, each student develops and submits an individually designed program within the following framework:

Core Requirements (27 units)
ERA 220*, CI 285 or ERA 288; COUN 298 or 299 (10 units)
COUN 200, 203, 208, 220, 249 (17 units)

Electives (3 units)
COUN 150, 180T, 201, 202, 240, 241, 242, 280T, 290; ERA 153 or other approved electives

Total (30 units)

*ERA 153 is a prerequisite for ERA 220 and can be used as an elective.

Note: Practicum must be completed with a grade of B or better. Students must pass the Graduate Writing Requirement to be advanced to candidacy. Students may select a comprehensive exam, master's project, or master's thesis for their culminating experience in coordination with their adviser. Students who take comprehensive exam will be required to take 7 units of electives.

Faculty

Name Degree Email Phone
Anderson, Susan M Master of Science susananderson@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Bird, Geni L Master of Science gbird@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Bloom, Jessica A Master of Science bloomja@mail.fresnostate.edu 559.278.0340
Cartier, Richard M Juris Doctor rcartier@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Conroe, Garbralle L Master of Science gconroe@csufresno.edu
Cruz, Cheri L Master of Arts ccruz@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Cruz, Herbert A Doctor of Medicine hcruz@csufresno.edu
Eastes, Erica A Master of Science eananian@csufresno.edu 559.278.0125
Engelbert, Jennifer L Master of Science jengelbert@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Garcia, Juan C Doctor of Philosophy juang@csufresno.edu 559.278.0287
Glidden, Howard J Doctor of Philosophy hglidden@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Hilchey, Remyanne Master of Arts resanchez@csufresno.edu
Hollins, Suzanne R Master of Science suzhollins@csufresno.edu 559.278.0325
Holt, Susan L Master of Science suholt@csufresno.edu
Howard, Katsuyo K Doctorate of Education katsuyoh@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Howsepian, Avak A Doctor of Philosophy ahowsepian@csufresno.edu
Koch, Dennis P Master of Arts dkoch@mail.fresnostate.edu
Koobatian, Steven D Doctor of Philosophy skoobatian@csufresno.edu 559.278.0158
Krikorian, Donald M Master of Arts donaldk@csufresno.edu
Lam, Sarah K Doctorate of Education sarahl@csufresno.edu 559.278.0355
Lee, Song E Doctor of Philosophy malee@csufresno.edu 559.278.0349
Lewis, Anne T Doctor of Philosophy alewis@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Lomack, Gregory L Doctorate of Education glomack@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Lucey, Christopher Doctor of Philosophy clucey@csufresno.edu 559.278.0407
McCart, Nancy A Master of Social Work nmccart@csufresno.edu
Meadows, Susan A Master of Science susanme@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Montes-Vu, Victoria E Master of Science manzano@mail.fresnostate.edu 559.278.0340
Morillo, Janell L Master of Arts janellt@csufresno.edu 559.278.0300
Nelson, Robert G Master of Arts in Teaching ronelson@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Pierce, Laura M Doctor of Philosophy lpierce@csufresno.edu 559.278.0327
Pitt, Jenelle S Doctor of Philosophy jepitt@csufresno.edu 559.278.0304
Pollard, Lori R Master of Science lpollard@csufresno.edu 559.278.0325
Raheem, Malik A Doctorate of Education mraheem@csufresno.edu 559.278.0326
Robinson, Jeffery S Master of Arts jefferyr@csufresno.edu
Rodrigues, Nayantara Master of Science nrodrigues@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Sarkisian, Leon A Master of Arts lsarkisian@csufresno.edu 559.278.0340
Shaeffer, Ruth J Doctor of Philosophy rshaeffe@csufresno.edu
Smith, H. D Doctorate of Education dans@csufresno.edu 559.278.0329
Valencia, Albert Doctorate of Education albertv@csufresno.edu 559.278.0283
Weir, Kyle Doctor of Philosophy kweir@csufresno.edu 559.278.0169