Psychology Department

» Current Students | » Faculty & Staff | » Future Students | » Parents | » Alumni, Donors & Friends | » Athletics | » Employment | » Give Today!

Counseling Graduate Program

* Download Acrobat Reader Now!
ADA: convert PDF to text

Psychology Department

Graduate Courses > Counseling

COU535 Foundations of Schl Counseling

History, philosophy, and professional orientation in school counseling. Basics of K-12 guidance programs, including relationship of guidance programs to overall school environment. Ethical, legal and socio-cultural/diversity issues in school counseling; includes supervised practicum experience in school setting.PREREQUISITE: Completed Mandatory Child Abuse/School Violence Trainings

Credits

  • 4

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate

Prerequisites

  • (COU510 Minimum Grade of B or PSY551 Minimum Grade of B- or 80551 Minimum Grade of B- or COU515 Minimum Grade of B or PSY553 Minimum Grade of B-) or 80553 Minimum Grade of B- and COU520 Minimum Grade of B or PSY508 Minimum Grade of B- or 80508 Minimum Grade of B-

Back to course list