COUN 582: Career Counseling
This course provides an overview of career development across the life span. Areas of study include critical analysis of the world of work, ethical and legal issues unique to career counseling practice, major theories of career choice and development, the impact of multiple roles and multicultural issues in career choice and decision making, use of occupational and labor market information and technology in career planning, assesments and techniques pertaining to career choice and development, and designing, implementing, and evaluation career development intervention programs. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: COUN 552, COUN 577, COUN 579, COUN 588 and Matriculation in Graduate Counseling Program.