PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELING
Dr. David Weissenburger, Head
Mathematics Building, Room 301
(254) 968-9090 or (254) 968-9945
Professor(s): A. Albrecht, L. Duncan, R. Newby, D. Weissenburger
Associate Professor(s): K. Rynearson
Assistant Professor(s): T. Burdenski, J. Lyons, J. Merriman, D. Valdez
Instructor(s): J. Gibson, J. Martin, M. Mason, L. Mills
The Department of Psychology and Counseling offers degree and certification programs in each of its discipline areas. In Counseling, the department provides coursework leading to a Master of Education degree in Counseling and School Counselor certification. In Psychology, the department offers programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, and the Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology degree. In Counseling and Psychology, graduate coursework is provided to meet the requirements for the Certified School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist credentials. To obtain information about these programs, students should contact the Department of Psychology and Counseling, Mathematics Building, Room 301; phone 254-968-9090 or 254-968-9945. Information may also be obtained from our web site: www.tarleton.edu/pc.
* The following graduate degree programs are being phased-out by the University, and no new admissions will be allowed: Master of Science in Educational Psychology, and Specialist in School Psychology.