Program Handbooks and Forms
The following are sample course syllabi for each course offered in the School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling concentrations. These are made available for both current and prospective students to view in order to learn more about the content, structure, and expectations for each course. Please be aware that these are sample syllabi and are subject to change by the instructor each semester.
- COUN 620 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 710 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 712 Syllabus Fall 2021s
- COUN 716 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 721 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 721 Syllabus Spring 2021
- COUN 722 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 725 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 730 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 740 Syllabus Fall 2020
- COUN 748 Syllabus Summer 2020
- COUN 760 Syllabus Spring 2020
- COUN 775 Syllabus Spring 2018
- COUN 776 Syllabus Summer 2020
- COUN 777 Syllabus Fall 2020
- COUN 781 Syllabus Summer 2020
- COUN 782 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 783 Syllabus Spring 2020
- COUN 784 Syllabus Summer 2020
- COUN 785 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 785 OL2 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 785 OL4 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 786 Syllabus Spring 2021
- COUN 787 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 788 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 789 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 790 Syllabus Fall 2021
- COUN 792 Syllabus Fall 2021
- American Counseling Association
- Tennessee Counseling Association
- Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association
- American School Counseling Association
- Tennessee School Counseling Association
- National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
- American College Personnel Association
- National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
All courses will be conducted online through CANVAS, and you will be required to meet basic computer competencies for success in each online course:
- Have a computer and a stable Internet connection
- Understand basic computer usage (creating folders/directories, switching between programs, formatting and backing up media, accessing the Internet)
- Able to use a word processing program such as Microsoft Word to create, edit, save, and retrieve documents. You can find tutorials in a variety of locations, including the Microsoft Training Page.
- Must be able to use a Web browser to open Web pages, work with PDF files, manage a list of Web pages (bookmarks/favorites), and search the Internet
- Must be able to use an e-mail program to send, receive, store, and retrieve messages
- Must be able to download and install programs (and/or plugins, widgets, etc.) from the Internet
Student Responsibility/Technical Difficulties Policy
You are responsible for ensuring that you can access all course material on a regular basis either from the university campus or from home. Additionally, certain technical abilities will be required, such as installing necessary plug-ins and uploading files.
If you have a problem with a personal computer or interrupted network connection, know that you are still responsible for submitting your work on time.
The ITS Helpdesk was created in order to assist students, faculty, and staff of the UTM community with general computer and technology questions. It is currently located at 248 Paul Meek Library.
The HelpDesk performs a variety of tasks:
- Answering general questions about campus technology
- Providing verbal assistance with software and hardware problems
- Relaying information and requests to all departments of Information Technology Services such as software installation, hardware repair, Banner training, and account management.
- Controlling lab access and hours so that labs are only available to students, faculty, and staff at appropriate times
- Fixing minor hardware problems in the labs such as paper jams and refilling toner in the printers
- Recording 24-7 security videos in the labs to help ensure the safety of everyone and everything in the labs at all times
- Assisting students, faculty, and staff that live on campus with configuration and installation of their UTM networking materials so that they may have internet access from their personal computers on the campus network
You can call the UTM HelpDesk at 731-881-7900 or send e-mail to email@example.com. If you are in the computer labs, simply pick up one of the phones on the lab tables and dial 9.