Dr. Vicki Sheafer, Dean of Psychology and Counseling
Professor: Dr. Jeffrey Quiett, Dr. Melanie Roudkovksi, Dr. Vicki Sheafer
Associate Professor: Dr. Malinda Fasol
Assistant Professor: Dr. Jong Lee
Dr. Vicki Sheafer: Chair, Undergraduate Programs in Psychology & Counseling
Dr. Malinda Fasol: Chair, Graduate Programs in Psychology & Counseling
Dr. Jeffrey Quiett: Director, Clinical Training
Ms. Treva Barham: Director, LeTourneau University Center for Counseling
School of Psychology & Counseling Programs
The School of Psychology & Counseling is housed within the College of Health Sciences along with the School of Nursing and the undergraduate and graduate non-traditional programs. The College of Health Sciences is guided by the following mission statement:
The College of Health Sciences is committed to collaboration among helping professions that leads to a holistic approach to wellness, excellence in research and clinical skills, and illumination of work by faith. Educational programs emphasize work as ministry with eternal impact.
More specifically, the School of Psychology & Counseling seeks to uphold the following mission:
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 & Counseling offers three undergraduate degrees, three graduate degrees, and three psychology minors are also available. Programs are offered traditionally on the LETU campuses in Longview and Dallas-Fort Worth and online. The School also houses the LeTourneau University Center for Counseling and other service arms that seek to enhance the LETU, local, and non-traditional communities. Course requirements for academic programs are linked from this page. For more details about the study of psychology or counseling at LeTourneau, refer to the School of Psychology & Counseling homepage.
Course requirements, including course descriptions, for these programs are linked from this page. For a full course rotation, including availability of all traditional and non-traditional courses, click here. For more details about the study of psychology or counseling at LeTourneau, refer to the School of Psychology & Counseling homepage.
MajorsBachelor 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:
Master of ArtsMinor
A minor may be selected from the following areas: