400: Introduction to Counseling. 0-3-3. Introductory course for professional workers. Includes purposes and scope of counseling service, concepts, principles and basic techniques of counseling. (G)
401: Student Personnel Services. 0-3-3. A study of student personnel programs in colleges and universities. This course may not be taken for graduate credit.
460: Behavioral Counseling. 0-3-3. A non-cognitive approach to counseling that presents the necessary attitudes, concepts, principles, and skills for individual counseling.
500: Principles and Administration of Guidance Services. 0-3-3. An overview of the current principles and practices involved in various types of guidance and counseling services.
505: Analysis of the Individual. 3-2-3. Preq., PSYC 542 or equivalent. This course offers students an orientation to psychological testing procedures, their interpretation, evaluations and use in the understanding of clients.
506: Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling. 0-3-3. Philosophical, social, psychological and legislative bases of rehabilitation; nature and scope of the process and functions of rehabilitation counselors.
507: Case Management in Rehabilitation Counseling. 0-3-3. Development of case management in procedures and skills: integration of theory and practice.
508: Introduction to Counseling Theories. 0-3-3. A detailed study of a selection of the best known schools of counseling theory.
510: Counseling the Elderly. 0-3-3. Dynamic and therapeutic models for counseling the aged and their families; focus on matching interventions to lifestyles.
512: Counseling the College Student. 0-3-3. An emphasis on development in young adulthood; historical, philosophical, and practical aspects of personnel services for college students.
513: Career Information and Career/Life Style Development. 0-3-3. Provides an understanding of career development; occupational/educational information sources and systems; career and lifestyle counseling; career decision-making and instruments relevant to career planning.
514: Career Education: Vocational Guidance. 0-3-3. A course in career guidance designed to provide an overview of career development and its applications within the high school setting.
515: Career Education: Orientation of the World of Work. 0-3-3. A course in career guidance designed to provide an overview of career development and its applications within the elementary school setting.
516: An Introduction to Group Processes. 0-3-3. Preq., COUN 508. Emphasis is on providing students with a knowledge of group dynamics, and learning basic group counseling techniques under supervision.
518: Techniques of Counseling. 3-2-3. Preq., COUN 508. Provides an overview of counseling techniques and interview methods.
520: Case Studies in Counseling. 1-3 hours credit. Preq., COUN 508 and consent of instructor. Preparation and use of case studies in counseling.
521: Seminar: Current Psychological Literature. 1-3 hours credit. May be repeated. Preq., COUN 508 and consent of instructor. Students are required to do extensive reading on selected topics in psychology.
522: Field Work in Counseling. 3 hours credit (6). Preq., COUN 518 and consent of instructor. Supervised study, observation, and practice in selected employment settings.
523: Elementary School Guidance. 0-3-3. A review of the principles and organizational patterns of guidance services at the elementary school level.
525: Advanced Techniques of Counseling. 3-2-3. Preq., COUN 518 and consent of instructor. Further experiences in advanced counseling techniques appropriate to various counseling theories.
526: Problems in Guidance. 3 hours credit (6). Special conferences, workshops, and seminars as requested by elementary and secondary school personnel. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours credit.
527: Addiction Counseling. 0-3-3. An introduction to the field of Addiction Counseling. Emphasis is placed on recognition and identification of the addicted as well as basic treatment techniques.
528: Advanced Addiction Counseling. 3-2-3. Preq., COUN 527. A methods course intended to equip the student with a basic conception of various therapeutic modalities.
529: Cross-cultural Counseling. 0-3-3. Investigation of the development of cultural identity and techniques for appropriate interactions with clients from different cultural groups.
530: Practicum. 5-1-3. Open only by invitation. Supervised professional activity in the student's major field. (Minimum 3.0 GPA required)
531: Internship. 20-1-3 (6). Preq., COUN 530 or equivalent and permission of adviser. Advanced supervised counseling practice in a setting appropriate to the student's professional development.
532: School Counseling Practicum. 5-1-3. Open only by invitation. Supervised professional activity in a school setting. (Minimum 3.0 GPA is required)
590: Ethics and Professional Practice. 0-3-3. Preq., COUN 508. An in-depth investigation of ethical and legal issues, as well as technical concerns, related to the professional practice of counseling.