Comprehensive Exam - Integration – CEFS 671

CG • Section 8WK • 11/08/2019 to 04/16/2020 • Modified 09/05/2023

Course Description

The Comprehensive Exam - Integration must be taken no earlier that completion of the prerequisite courses listed. The Comprehensive Exam - Integration must be successfully completed prior to degree conferral. This is no charge for the Integration part.

For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.


The Integration Exam is an important milestone in the student's educational journey wherein he or she reviews and is tested on key material from the CEFS 506 course.

Course Assignment

Review all required course materials and content

Please note that all the announcements are required reading for the course. Remember the other important required reading in the course content as well, including the syllabus and other information posted.

Complete the Integration Exam

The student must take and pass the Integration Exam prior to obtaining permission to graduate. This is a closed-book, closed-note exam, and must be completed within 40 minutes. The test will automatically submit after 40 minutes. The Integration Exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions and has a minimum passing score of 14/20. The student should be sure he or she has a reliable internet connection before beginning the test.

Scoring Criteria:

Please note the passing score for the Integration exam is 14/20. Please refer to the Comprehensive Exam webpage for up to date information.

Policy on Retaking the Candidacy Examination:

Students are permitted to take the exam once per sub-term with no more than 3 attempts permitted. After the second attempt, the student must fill out a CTAP form and wait at least 1 sub-term before attempting the Integration exam for the third time. After 3 failed attempts, the student will no longer be eligible for the licensure track degree. The student will need to contact the Department of Community Care and Counseling to discuss the opportunity of transferring his or her earned credits and conferring a non-licensure 30-hour Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling degree.