COUN 820: Advanced Career Counseling Techniques and Practice
A doctoral level course critically examining state-of-the-art research related to career development and the psychology of work. Particular emphasis will be placed on exploring the implications of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, social class, and immigrant status as it related to career development. Students will focus their own research on career counseling techniques, assessment, career resources, and career programs that address the needs identified for client characteristics listed above. Students examine different theoretical approaches to career counseling and develop an approach to working with career clients. Experiential learning involves providing individual career counseling and-or practical instructorship on a master's level career course. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: Doctoral Standing in Counselor Education Program (CNED).