Apr. 29, 2022

Looking to gain some ground on the path to graduation? Check out the options available in counselor education this summer.

Summer I (May 16-June 3, 2022)

CED 200 - 1001: Multicultural Issues of Counseling

Format: Asynchronous online

Students obtain a better understanding of themselves in relationship to other cultural groups within the United States. Experiential course relying on in- and out-of-class activities. Develops awareness and sensitivity necessary to successful work with diverse populations in the field of human services counseling.

Instructor: Gabriela Morgan

Note: May be used to fill the multicultural requirement for other degree programs.
The course is required for the human services degree program. 

Summer II (June 6-July 8, 2022)

CED 200-1002: Multicultural Issues in Counseling

Format: Asynchronous online

Students obtain a better understanding of themselves in relationship to other cultural groups within the United States. Experiential course relying on in- and out-of-class activities. Develops awareness and sensitivity necessary to successful work with diverse populations in the field of human services counseling.

Instructor: Heather Cassella

Prerequisites: None. May be used to fill the multicultural requirement for other degree programs.

This course is required for the human services degree program.

CED 375 - Ethical and Professional Issues in Human Services

Format: Asynchronous Online

Explore the ethical, legal, and professional issues related to the human services field. You'll form a foundation for for making professional decisions using codes of Ethics, state statutes, and case law. (Prerequisites ENG 101, CED 300, CED 315)

Instructor: Dr. Brett Gleason

Prerequisites: ENG 101, CED 300, CED 315

This course is required for the human services degree program.

Summer III (July 11-August 12, 2022)

 

CED 300 - Introduction to Human Services

 

Format: Asynchronous Online

In this introductory course, you'll explore various perspectives on human services and counseling as well as trends in human service delivery, counseling theories and practice, crisis intervention, intervention programs, and ethical issues.

Instructor: Chiante' Jemison

Prerequisites: ENG 102

The course is required for the human services degree program.

CED 320 - Drugs and Behavior

Format: Asynchronous online

Familiarizes the student with various classes of substances, substances’ physiological effects and substances’ effects on behavior.

Instructor: Heather Cassella

Prerequisites: ENG 102.

Notes: May be repeated to a maximum of six credits.

This course is required for the human services degree program.