: Prepares graduates for work in a variety of school settings, including public, parochial and private elementary, middle, and high schools.
: Lincoln Center
The degree is designed to rigorously prepare graduates for work in a variety of school settings, including public, parochial and private elementary, middle, and high schools. The program emphasizes knowledge basic to all school counseling settings, including competence in individual, group, and career counseling, program development and evaluation and assessment. Sensitivity to gender and cultural differences and similarities is fostered, ethical decision making skills are developed and social justice is a priority.
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Foundations of Counseling
Understanding the Individual
Working with Groups
Career Development and Counseling
The Counselor: Role and Function
Child Abuse Workshop and School Violence Prevention Workshops