OF HUMAN SERVICES
COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM
ETHICAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF COUNSELING
This course will follow after EDHS 721 and the meeting dates will be November 6, 13, 20, 27 and December 4. We will establish the date for a review session and a procedure for the final exam during our first class meeting. The class will meet from 1230-1515 on Tuesdays in Ruffner 175.
This course site is "in-process" until the first class meeting and comments are suggestions from students are welcomed.
Important "fine print"
1. It is my responsibility to provide appropriate services to all students, including those with documented disabilities. Please make an appointment to see me if you need to discuss individual accommodations. If you have questions about available services, you should contact the Learning Needs and Evaluation Center at 243-5180 or 243-5180 (V/TDD). Any accommodation not resulting from a LNEC documented disability will be offered to all learners.
2. If the course schedule produces a conflict with your religious beliefs and/or practices, please contact me and accommodations will be made.
3. All work in EDHS 733-1 is assumed to be governed by the
spirit of the University Honor Pledge, "On my honor as a student I have neither
given nor received unauthorized aid on
this exam/assignment." In addition, as counselors-in-training, students
are expected to adhere to the American Counseling Association Code of
should expect me to do the same.
maintained by instructor.