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GUIDANCE (GUID 13.11)

 

GUID 500. Principles and Administration of School Counseling. 3-3-0. Philosophy, objectives, and content of school counseling program; needs, facilities, personnel, and practical methods for organizing and administering a sound program. Fa only. (13.1101)

GUID 505. Analysis of the Individual. 3-3-0. Techniques and materials for the study of the individual student; interpretation and application of inventory data in counseling. Fa and Su only. (13.1101)

GUID 509. Independent Research in School Counseling. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: GUID 500 and permission of the department head and instructor. Directed, intensive individual reading, study, and research in areas of need and interest culminating in scholarly paper. Areas of study must be approved prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit if content differs. (13.1101)

GUID 510. Theory and Procedures in Group Counseling. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Candidate must be fully admitted to the MCED program and have taken PSYC 500. Theories, research and techniques in group counseling; the understanding of group dynamics and the utilization of group counseling skills in a variety of settings. Credit toward graduation may not be earned in both this course and in PSYC 510. Su and Fa only. (13.1101)

GUID 511. Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy. 3-3-0. In depth study of theories, methods and techniques of counseling and psychotherapy. Credit toward graduation may not be earned in both this course and PSYC 511. Su and Sp only. (13.1101)

GUID 522. Career and Lifestyle Development. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Full admission to either the MCED or MAPC program, and GUID 500 or PSYC 549, or permission of instructor. Theories of career and lifestyle development; approaches to career awareness, exploration and choices; career appraisal and information sources. Sp and Su only. (13.1101)

GUID 523. School Counseling Practicum I. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: Thirty semester hours in major to include PSYC 500, GUID 500, GUID 511, and GUID 530, student liability insurance, and permission of instructor. Co-requisites: EDFR 501, PSYC 519, and PSYC 549. Supervised counseling in school and in counseling laboratory setting. Enrollment restricted to school counseling majors. S or U assigned upon completion of the course. (13.1101)

GUID 524. School Counseling Practicum II. 3-0-6. Prerequisites: GUID 523, student liability insurance, and permission of instructor. Supervised counseling in school and in counseling laboratory setting. Enrollment restricted to school counseling majors. S or U assigned upon completion of the course. (13.1101)

GUID 530.   Counseling Strategies with Children and Adolescents. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Full admission to the either the MCED or MAPC program and, GUID 500 or   PSYC 549, or permission of instructor. Counseling strategies with children and adolescents in PK-12 schools or community settings. Focus is on counseling theories, basic counseling skills, and individual and system interventions appropriate for children and adolescents. (13.1101)

GUID 534.   School Counseling Internship I.   3-1-20. Prerequisites: Completion of GUID 523 and prerequisites for GUID 523, and GUID 510. Enrollment is restricted to school counseling majors or permission of department head. Supervised field experience in an approved school setting for a total of 300 clock hours. S or U assigned upon completion of course. (13.1101)

GUID 535.   School Counseling Internship II.   3-1-20. Prerequisite or co-requisite: GUID 534. Enrollment is restricted to school counseling majors or permission of department head. Supervised field experience in an approved school setting for a total of 300 clock hours. In special circumstances, a student may complete all internship hours in one semester. S or U assigned upon completion of the course. (13.1101)

GUID 595. Master’s Comprehensive Examination. 0-0-5. Prerequisite: Approval of major professor and program committee chair. S or U assigned upon completion of examination. (13.1101)

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