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Counseling (COUN)

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[1] Graduate Courses in Counseling (COUN)

6V41 INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (Variable credit: 3 or 6 credit hours.) On-the-job experience in counseling. Prerequisite: Practicum experience and successful completion of comprehensive exams.

6302 SEMINAR IN SCHOOL TESTING Discussion pertaining to testing, using standardized measuring devices in the areas of intelligence, interests, personality, and special aptitudes.

6305 SEMINAR IN SCHOOL COUNSELING Designed to provide counselor trainees with the opportunity to explore topics fundamental to guidance services. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

6307 PRACTICUM IN SCHOOL COUNSELING I Supervised experience in counseling. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Must make arrangements prior to registration.

6308 PRACTICUM IN SCHOOL COUNSELING II Supervised experience in counseling. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Must make arrangements prior to registration.

6315 CURRENT PRACTICES IN WORKFORCE EDUCATION Survey of vocational education practices for school counseling personnel.

6322 ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF GUIDANCE PROGRAMS Overview of various facets of school guidance, including organization, philosophical, and psychological foundations.

6334 ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT OF THE INDIVIDUAL Appraisal of the individual through objective tests, interviews, and other data gathering devices.

6342 CAREER EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Provides an overview of major career development theories and practical application for counselors, school counselors, and state agency personnel which will enable them to assess and counsel more effectively with students regarding vocational endeavors.

6350 COUNSELING PROCESS AND SKILLS To develop in the counselor-in-training fundamental attending and listening skills necessary for all counseling, and to encourage self-exploration within the major theoretical approaches. Prerequisite: PSYC 6354.

6360 RESEARCH METHODS IN COUNSELING Fundamentals of research in counseling. Formulate hypotheses, collect data, analyze data, and draw conclusions. Areas covered: basic statistics, ex post facto research, experimental design, and writing research papers.

6361 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING III Continuation of supervised experience in counseling. Prerequisites: COUN 6381, COUN 6382, and consent of advisor.

6362 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING IV Continuation of supervised experience in counseling. Prerequisites: COUN 6381, COUN 6382, COUN 6361, and consent of advisor.

6381 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING I Supervised experience in counseling. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and minimum of 15 semester hours including PSYC 6354, COUN 6350, and PSYC 5320 or PSYC 6314. Must make arrangements prior to registration.

6382 PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING II Continuation of COUN 6381. Prerequisite: COUN 6381 and consent of instructor. Must make arrangements prior to registration.

6395 PRACTICUM IN MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY Supervised counseling practicum experiences with family systems and subsystems.