The Department of Community Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy offers Undergraduate and Graduate degrees for students interested in the application of psychological principles and procedures in individual, community, and agency/organizational settings. Students are provided with training in basic helping skills in counseling and behavior analysis.
Additionally, the program emphasizes the application of these principles in applied settings through course service learning, fieldwork, and internship experiences. The Community Psychology Program is one of the larger majors at St. Cloud State University. Students majoring in Community Psychology will acquire the academic and professional background to pursue employment within the field and/or to apply to graduate programs.
|Undergraduate Programs||Graduate Programs|
|Chemical Dependency||Applied Behavior Analysis|
|Community Psychology, B.S.||Addictions Certificate|
|Clinical Mental Health Counseling
(formerly the community counseling program)
(no longer accepting applications as of Fall 2014)
|Marriage & Family Therapy|