2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 24, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Department of Counseling & Human Development


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Jay Trenhaile, Department Head
Department of Counseling and Human Development
Wenona Hall 109/ Wagner Hall 369
605-688-4190 or 605-688-4321
E-mail: jay.trenhaile@sdstate.edu
www.sdstate.edu/counseling-and-human-development

Faculty

Professors

Alan Davis, Jay Trenhaile

Associate Professors

Hande Briddick, William Briddick, Ann Michelle Daniels, Renee Oscarson

Assistant Professors

Staci Born, Andrea Bjornestad, Christin Carotta, Amber Letcher, Kristine Ramsay-Seaner, Katelyn Romsa

Instructor

Valerie Kleinjan

Emeritus

Ruth Harper, Marla Muxen, Cindi Penor-Ceglian, Howard Smith

Overview

The mission of the Counseling and Human Development department is to provide high quality educational programs to learners who will work in human science fields, and to generate knowledge of human behavior, cognition, and interaction.

Students will participate in practical experiences designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary for careers in individual and family service settings; child/adult focused human services, and/or continued coursework in graduate school.

The Department of Counseling and Human Development is one of the few public university departments in South Dakota that delivers programs at the main campus in Brookings, at the University Centers in Rapid City and Sioux Falls, and on-line.

Programs

Majors

Minors

Graduate Programs*

  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - Clinical Mental Health Counseling Specialization (M.S.)
  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - College Counseling Specialization (M.S.)
  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - Marriage and Family Counseling Specialization (M.S.)
  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Specialization (M.S.)
  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - School Counseling Specialization (M.S.)
  • Counseling and Human Resource Development - Administration of Student Affairs Specialization (M.Ed.)
  • Human Sciences - Adult Development in the Workplace Specialization (M.S.)
  • Human Sciences - Family and Community Services Specialization (M.S.)

* Graduate degrees are offered in collaboration with the Graduate School. For details, see the Graduate Catalog.

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