NMSU sees first graduates in Spanish counseling minor program

The first five graduate students to obtain the Counseling and Educational Psychology Spanish Counseling minor were recognized during a brief ceremony Wednesday at O'Donnell Hall. NMSU's College of Education is one of few mental health programs in the country that offer such a minor, which helps make the healthcare workforce more linguistically competent. (NMSU photo by Adriana Chavez) MAY16

The first five graduate students to obtain the Counseling and Educational Psychology Spanish Counseling minor were recognized during a brief ceremony Wednesday at O’Donnell Hall. NMSU’s College of Education is one of few mental health programs in the country that offer such a minor, which helps make the healthcare workforce more linguistically competent. (NMSU photo by Adriana Chavez) MAY16

Four graduate students at New Mexico State University’s College of Education were the first to graduate with a Spanish counseling minor when they received their degrees May 14. Another graduate student in the minor’s first cohort will receive her degree this summer.

The five students were also recognized during a short ceremony May 11 hosted by the faculty in the college’s Counseling and Educational Psychology department. Professor Eve Adams said the Spanish counseling minor is one of the very few in the country and will help make the healthcare workforce more linguistically competent.  Read more…


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