Counseling Education (EDCE)
Introduction to the career planning and development process through an understanding of one’s own career journey. Overview of how counselors assist individuals in the career decision process.
Introduction to counseling aspects and counseling skills that focus on the understanding of self and others from a multicultural perspective.
Introduction to effective interpersonal communication skills.
Overview of and introduction to areas of the counseling profession.
A comparative study of the major theories in the field of family counseling.
The course is designed to provide counselors, teachers, and administrators with increased awareness of a wide variety of work experiences.
Orientation to the profession of counseling including its historical, social, and cultural foundations. Declaration of the minor in counseling or admission to the Ed.S. in Counselor Education.
An overview of the characteristics of optimal holistic wellness and human functioning. Practical application of theoretically and empirically supported wellness models and interventions to enhance social, emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.
Emphasis on current professional approaches to college mentoring and development of leadership and mentoring skills. Students must participate in Minority Assistance Program. Upper division undergraduate standing or admission to a graduate program and consent of instructors.
A seminar focusing on current professional issues in counseling.
Human relations principles applied to the counseling interview.
Issues facing student athletes regarding their personal and career development beyond athletics.
Cross-listed course: PEDU 660