Deals with a variety of professional issues in counseling, guidance and personnel services. Topics are announced prior to registration and can be developed around the interests of prospective students. Must be prearranged.
Prerequisite: Instructor permission.
Addendum for EDHS 733-1
EDHS 733-1 is the "prequel" for EDHS 733-2. EDHS 733-1 focuses on mandatory ethical behaviors, "black letter code and legal requirements, and legal requirements for practicum and intern counselors. The stress will be on fundamentals. This course is one credit. EDHS-2, the following two credit section, focuses on aspirational ethics, spirit of the ethical code and law. EDHS 733-2 will deal with reasons, philosophy, more complex ethical and legal cases, and enforcing ethical and legal standards for professional counselors.
CACREP 2001 StandardsEthical and Legal considerations are listed as part of each of the eight CACREP core curricular requirements and as part of the doctoral requirements.
EDHS 733-1 is an on-Grounds (resident) course that has an Internet supplemented lecture/discussion format. The course web site and the Internet material that supplements the course readings are part of the instructional design of the course. Because there are learning materials provided to guide your study of each of suggested readings, a significant part of the class meetings will be spent on application. After the first class meeting the course sequence with typically be "reversion" (review of previous material), student concerns and the class topic. The time after the break (2:00-3:15 PM) will be devoted to demonstrations, "real plays," and group presentations.