Document Type



Fall 1999

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to career counseling as it relates to the work of counselors in school and community counseling settings. The course will focus on developing a knowledge base and skillfully utilizing that knowledge in applied situations. The following areas will be emphasized throughout the course: 1) career counseling theory, 2) career counseling stages and techniques, 3) career Information systems, 4) computer assisted technology employed in career counseling, 5) career assessment tools and techniques, 6) school to work as it relates to career counseling, 7) meeting the needs of culturally diverse people and other special groups when providing career counseling, 8) career planning and placement techniques, and 9) The National Career Development Guidelines and how they impact on the practice of career counseling.

Course Number

CE 625


Counselor Education-Graduate Studies


Gaylia J. Borror

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