COUN 2724 - CAREER COUNSELING & VOCATIONAL ISSUES
Minimum Credits: 3
Maximum Credits: 3
This course focuses on theory and practice of career and vocational counseling. Module 1 of this course focuses on models of theories of career development and career counseling, with cultural considerations taken into account. Students learn to incorporate theory into career counseling practice. Module 2 emphasizes vocational issues including job placement, pre-placement analysis, client-readiness, job development, job modification, and employer culture and attitudes. Module 2 content includes sources of occupational data, labor market analysis, job analysis, job seeking skills, and procedures for analyzing transferable work skills. Students learn various employment alternatives including competitive employment, supported employment, self-employment, etc.
Academic Career: Graduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: Grad Letter Grade
Course Requirements: School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students only.
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