2024-2025 Official University Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 15, 2024  
2024-2025 Official University Academic Catalog

School of Psychology and Counseling


School of Psychology and Counseling Programs


Dr. Vicki Sheafer, Dean of Psychology and Counseling, Professor of Psychology

 

The School of Psychology and Counseling engages students in an environment of excellence, service, professionalism, and transformational faith. Students are committed to personal and professional growth and wellness, academic success, and integrity in vocation. Graduates enhance the quality of life for individuals, couples, families and communities through holistic integration of psychology and the Christian worldview.

 

The School of Psychology and Counseling houses the Department of Psychology  and the Department of Counseling .


Department of Psychology

Dr. Vicki Sheafer: Chair, Undergraduate Programs in Psychology and Counseling, Professor of Psychology

Dr. Jeffrey Quiett: Director LETU Center for Counseling, Professor of Psychology & Counseling

 

The Department of Psychology  offers four undergraduate degrees, three psychology minors, and one graduate psychology degree.

Majors

Bachelor of Arts

A Bachelor of Arts degree may be granted in the following areas:

Bachelor of Science

A Bachelor of Science degree may be granted in the following areas:


Minor

A minor may be selected from the following areas:

 

Course requirements, including course descriptions, for these programs are linked from this page. For a full course rotation, including availability of all on campus and online courses, click to see Undergraduate Course Rotation, Graduate Psychology Course Rotation.  For more details about the study of psychology at LeTourneau, refer to the Department of Psychology page.

 


Department of Counseling

 

Dr. Malinda Fasol, LPC-S, NCC-Chair, Core Faculty

Dr. Deena Shelton, LPC-S, NCC-Director of Clinical Training, Core Faculty

Dr. Kristina Nelson, NCC, Core Faculty

Dr. Jasmine Willis, LPC, NCC, Core Faculty

Majors

Master of Arts

A Master of Arts degree may be granted in the following areas:

 

The Department of Counseling  offers the M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling , which is an online program with a residency componant. Course requirements, including course descriptions, for this program are linked from this page. For course sequence, please check CMHC Fall Sequence or CMHC Spring Sequence. For more details about the study of counseling at LeTourneau, refer to the Department of Counseling  page.