2018-2019 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CPSYC 4881 Contemporary Issues in Counseling

This course is designed as a senior capstone course for counseling majors. Students critically examine selected contemporary issues related to the development of public policy and legislation. Topic explorations include study of the ethical issues related to professional practice and how political, economic, and social pressure impact policy development. Through analysis of targeted contemporary issues students will examine the connections between social policy, the human service professional, and the delivery of services.
NOTE: Students must achieve a minimum grade of C to fulfill the requirements of the Counseling major.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

CCOUN 3601, CPLCY 3552, CSOCS 3444

Offered

Fall and spring