Ball State’s Department of Counseling Psychology, Social Psychology and Counseling introduces its newest undergraduate minor – Ball State Daily News

Classes in the counseling minor

The program requires 15 hours with two required courses: CPSY 200 Counseling Fundamentals and CPSY 420 Counseling Techniques. In addition, students choose three courses from electives:

  • CPSY 320 Substance and Behavioral Addictions
  • CPSY 330 Career Counseling
  • CPSY 340 Positive Psychology
  • CPSY 351 Diversity in Counseling
  • CPSY 360 Interrelational Aspects of Sexuality
  • CPSY 370 Introduction to Disability, Chronic Health Conditions, and Rehabilitation

Source: Ball State counseling minor web page

Interaction has become the focus of Ball State’s newest undergraduate minor: counseling. 

At the beginning of the 2021-22 school year, this curriculum replaced the university’s interpersonal relations minor. Through the counseling minor, students can learn more about “human behavior and the emotional, social, work, school and physical health concerns people have at different stages in their lives,” according