This course focuses on the application of career development theory to counseling and is designed to enhance the student’s competency to deliver informed vocational counseling. Students will learn the common vocational counseling theories and assessment tools to assist clients with career choices, career adjustment, career development and problems within the clients’ work arena. The course also views the inherent problems associated with how people choose and manage careers, as well as how to adjust lifestyles, and apply interests and temperaments toward career choices. The student will be presented with assessment instruments such as vocational and interest tests. Job loss and sexual harassment issues will also be studied and discussed as well as cultural aspects involved in career counseling and vocational testing. (3 units)
Department: Graduate Behavioral Sciences
NOTE: Listed below are all syllabi related to CO 777 including Blended, Campus, and Online instances. Please be sure to download the syllabi that corresponds to the section, Trimester and language for which you are registered.
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