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Department of Counseling

Web: Department of Counseling
School of Education, Business, and Human Services

Dr. Kendra Smith, Chair
Fowler Hall, Room 107A

The Department of Counseling offers graduate-level programs for the professional preparation of counseling specialists to work with deaf people. The department offers a small number of undergraduate-level courses.

No Undergraduate Major or Minor programs are offered.

 

COU 330 - Introduction to Careers in School and Rehabilitation Counseling with Deaf People (3)

This course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to professional counseling work in school and rehabilitation settings serving deaf and multihandicapped deaf people. The course will provide students with a knowledge of the work and role of professional counselors serving people in school or rehabilitation settings. In addition, the course will provide knowledge to facilitate active consumerism among and for deaf people.

  • Prerequisite: PSY201 or SOC101, or permission of the instructor.

COU 351 - Techniques of Student Development: The Resident Advisor I (1)

This course focuses on the acquisition of the theoretical knowledge of student development and skills necessary in the provision of supervised care for children and young adults. In particular, students develop the skills necessary to function in the role of a resident advisor and begin to make application of these skills within the Student Life program of the University. This course is part of a sequence. A second semester course, COU 352, is required.

  • Prerequisite: Permission of the department chair

COU 352 - Techniques of Student Development: The Resident Advisor II (1)

This course, the second in the series, focuses on the application of the theoretical knowledge of student development and skills necessary in the provision of supervised care for children and young adults. In particular, students develop the skills necessary to function in the role of a resident advisor and make practical application of these skills within the Student Life program of the University.

  • Prerequisites: COU351; permission of the department chair

COU 395 - Special Topics (1-5)

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for juniors. Students may enroll in 395 Special Topics multiple times, as long as the topics differ.

 
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