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Coun 626: Foundations of College Counseling

Leadership & Counselor Education

This course provides a broad overview of the professional roles, functions, and goals of college counselors as well as issues particular to mental health counselors. Specific concepts to be reviewed include a history and overview of counseling as a profession, philosophical foundations, multicultural factors, services, credentialing, professional standards, and ethical and legal guidelines for practice. This course explores college counseling as a profession, examines the diverse characteristics of today's college students, and details the variety of roles and services provided by college counselors. It provides an overview of the holistic, developmentally based profession of college counseling.

3 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Coun 626
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