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Candidacy in Human Relations

Students enrolled in MS in Human Relations program must apply for candidacy after completion of 12 hours of coursework. Coursework must include successful (B- or better) completion of CO 700 Orientation to the Profession of Counseling, CO 702 Human Growth and Development, CO 703 Research and Program Evaluation, CO 710 Counseling Techniques. If, on the basis of academic performance as well as professional dispositions as assessed by the Professional Performance Review, the faculty believes the student has the ability to become a successful human relations professional, candidate status will be awarded. It is possible that problems may appear in a student's behavior after admission to candidacy that could affect his or her ability to be an effective counselor. Husson reserves the right to require counseling or other corrective activities if it becomes aware of such issues at any time during the student's academic program.