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School of Education - Department of Counseling

The Professional and School Counseling curriculum at Lindenwood University emphasizes both theoretical and technical knowledge and then relates these in to practice. Utilizing this framework, the mission is to prepare ethical, reflective practitioners to work in school and mental health settings with individuals groups and families. The program provides the academic credentials for graduates to be licensed as Professional Counselors and/or to be certified as School Counselors.

Program Description
The programs are intensive and comprehensive, requiring 48-57 semester hours of course work, education courses, when applicable, and applied experience. Students who take classes year-round can complete most coursework in eight terms. Additional time is required for education courses, when applicable, and to complete internship or thesis requirements. Qualified graduates interested in further training are well equipped to pursue doctoral studies at other institutions.

•  Evening courses are designed to meet the needs of adult students
•  Qualified instructors with practical, real world experience
•  Financial aid available

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For more information, please contact:
Dr. Michael Rankins
Associate Professor of Counseling
St. Charles Campus
Tel: (636) 949-4529
Fax: (636) 949-4334
mrankins@lindenwood.edu

Dr. Ken Kubicek
Assistant Professor of Counseling
Belleville Campus
Tel: (618) 222-1050
Fax: (618) 222-9021
kkubicek@lindenwood.edu

Mr. Jason Roddick
Counseling Program Coordinator
St. Charles Campus
Tel: (636) 949-4527
Fax: (636) 949-4334
jroddick@lindenwood.edu
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