While the following sequence of courses is recommended, students are encouraged to meet with their advisor and concentration director to discuss their own academic plan.

Year One: Fall Semester
  • Apply to the program
  • Complete and submit a Concentration Declaration Form by October 15.
  • General Practicum Site (Option: 25% or more of clinical work with Latino/Hispanic populations)
Year One: Spring Semester
  • CLI CC549 - Introduction Latino Culture (credits: 1) 
  • General Practicum Site (Option: 25% or more of clinical work with Latino/Hispanic populations)
  • Continuing Education (CE) Event (e.g., Latino Metnal Health Conference)
Year One: Summer Sessions I and II Students will go to Guayaquil, Ecuador for four weeks to live with host families, participate in Spanish classes, and engage in volunteer activities at various mental health facilities. The summer immersion group travels from the third week in July to the third week in August. A local immersion option is also available for students unable to complete an international program.

Year Two: Fall Semester Year Two: Spring Semester

Episode 12: Boys of Color

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Multicultural and Global Mental Health Spotlight

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