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Course Overview

When taught for 3 credits, this course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to professional counseling work in a variety of settings, including those that serve deaf people. The course will provide students with in-depth knowledge of the counseling field. The work and roles of professional counselors will be examined. When taught for 4 credits and cross-listed with GSR 240, this course becomes an Integrated Learning Course that emphasizes the fifth Undergraduate Learning Outcome: Ethics and Social Responsibility. Thus, in addition to the course description for COU 330 for 3 credits, there is an additional focus on enabling students to make well-reasoned ethical judgments and to apply those judgments to promote social justice. The course will provide students with in-depth knowledge of the counseling field, including its ethics and social responsibilities.

Credits: 3-4
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: GSR 150

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