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Course Descriptions

CED 551 Counseling with Children 3(3-0)

Survey of specialized skills for counseling with children. Emphasis upon the modification of counseling interventions to meet the needs of elementary aged children. Prerequisite: Junior or graduate status.

CED 580 Seminar: Professional Topics 1-12(Spec) Special topics that are germane to the fields of personal development and counseling.

CED 583 Counseling Aspects of Sexuality 3(3-0) An introduction to the dynamics of human sexual dysfunctions and the coun- seling appropriate for therapeutic intervention.

CED 608 Understanding and Working with Couples and Families 3(3-0)

Introduction to theories and skills for working with couples and families and understanding how relationships influence individual behavior. Prerequisites: Graduate status.

CED 610 Career Development and Counseling 3(3-0)

Critical survey of career development theories. Practical application of career counseling programs. Use of tools and information in career counseling. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CED 611 Developmental Career Counseling 3(2-1)

Critical survey of career development theories. Application of concepts and strategies of career exploration. Students participate in a supervised experi- ence in teaching career exploration techniques. Prerequisite: graduate student status.

CED 612 Work and Career in a Global Society 3(3-0) Orient students to work and career in a global society by examining past, present and future issues in the workplace. Prerequisites: Graduate status.

CED 620 Introduction to Multicultural Issues in Counseling 3(3-0) An examination of research and practice issues relating to counseling culturally specific groups. Special emphasis on the client/counselor relationship.

CED 621 Orientation to a Culturally Diverse Society 3(3-0) Orient students to the process of developing competence to live and relate in a culturally diverse society. Prerequisites: Graduate status.

CED 630 Counseling Ethics and Professional Issues 3(3-0)

Supervised discussion of legal and ethical issues that most affect the prac- tice of counseling and related helping professions. Prerequisites: admission to counseling program.

CED 640 Standardized Tests 3(3-0)

Selection, evaluation, functions, and interpretation of tests in intelligence, achievement, aptitude, personality, and interests. Emphasis on tests appropri- ate to the students’ future work settings. Prerequisite: Admission to counseling program.

CED 650 Theories and Techniques of Group Counseling 3(3-0)

The application of group theories and techniques, interpersonal communica- tion skills, and the assessment of group counseling interventions. Prerequisite: admission to counseling program.

CED 655 Human Relations Skills 3(3-1)

An introduction to skills utilized in developing helping relationships. Special emphasis upon the person-to-person, day-to-day relationships. The class will be conducted through both a cognitive and experiential approach.

CED 660 Counseling Techniques 3(3-0)

Systematic study of the counseling process: stages, intervention strategies, and related issues. Both cognitive and experiential approaches will be used. Prerequisites: CED 677; regular admission to program.

CED 668 Theory and Process of Family Therapy 3(3-0) Introduction to the specific theories of marriage and family counseling and examination of the processes involved with each.

CED 670 Independent Study 1-12(Spec) Study and/or investigation of a special problem with the guidance of a staff member. Prerequisites: admission to counseling program.

CED 677 Theories of Counseling 3(3-0)

An examination of psychological foundations with counseling theories and ap- proaches. Designed to aid students’ development of a personal counseling theory as a guide to practice. Prerequisites: admission to counseling program.

CED 680 Seminar: Professional Topics 1-12(Spec) Special topics that are germane to the fields of personal development and/or counseling.

CED 684 Grief, Loss and Trauma 3(3-0)

An examination of grief, loss and trauma, the impact they have on individuals and systems, and how helping professionals can mitigate their effects. Prerequisites: Graduate status.

CED 685 Counseling Aspects of Grief and Loss 3(3-0) An introduction to the dynamics of grief and loss and the counseling procedures appropriate for therapeutic intervention.

CED 690 Supervised Experience in Counseling 3(1-3)

Counseling school children, parents, and college students, with supervision. Observation of counseling sessions. May include a laboratory experience work setting. NOTE: application to register for this course must be filed during the semester prior to registration for approval. Prerequisite: regular admission and a B or better in CED 660.

CED 691 Internship in Counseling 1-6(Spec)

On-the-scene work in selected settings under the supervision of experienced practitioners. Practical experience, observation, and opportunity for relating the theoretical and the actual. NOTE: application to register for this course must be filed during the semester prior to registration for approval. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: grade of B or better in CED 690.

CED 695 Research for Counseling and Special Education 3(3-0)

Presentation and application of designs and procedures pertinent to conduct- ing research in human services. Includes writing Plan A/B proposal and article, implementing mini-research project. Identical to SPE 695. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Prerequisites: Regular admission and 15 hours completed toward the M.A. in Counseling and Special Education. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

CED 696 Independent Research 3(Spec)

Completion of Plan B paper or project under the supervision of a faculty advisor. Prerequisites: Successful completion of CED 695 or graduate research methods course.

CED 698 Thesis 1-6(Spec) CR/NC only. For Master’s degree candidates.

CED 765 Professional Counseling and Consulting 3(3-0)

Focuses on specific knowledge and skills used by professional counselors in a variety of settings. Includes consultation, supervision, diagnostics, and other topics. Prerequisites: admission to counseling program and CED 677.

CED 780 Seminar: Professional Topics 1-12(Spec) Special topics that are germane to the fields of personal development and counseling. Prerequisite: Ed.S. candidate.

CED 791 Advanced Internship in Counseling 3(1-4)

Internship with selected professionals. Opportunity to confirm professional effectiveness in helping professions. NOTE: Application to register must be filed and approved during the semester prior to registration. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: Grade of B or better in CED 690; permission of instructor.

CHM - Chemistry

CHM 101 Armchair Chemistry 3(2-2)

An introduction to the science of chemistry, using equivalent portions of labora- tory experiments and directed discussions. No prerequisites. No credit toward major or minor. Satisfies University Program Group II laboratory requirement. (University Program Group II-B)

CHM 111 The Interaction of Chemistry and Society 3(3-0)

The impact of chemistry on our environment. Emphasis on wate , ai , and environmental pollution. Recommended for elementary school teachers. No credit toward major or minor. No previous chemistry required. (University Program Group II-A)

CHM 120 Survey of Chemistry 4(4-0)

Elementary concepts of chemistry for students on curricula needing minimal chemical background, e.g., forestry, conservation, agriculture, nursing. Cannot be counted on major or minor. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format. (University Program Group II-B)

CHM 127 Introductory Chemistry Laboratory 1(0-2)

Elementary laboratory experiments which parallel syllabus in CHM 111 and CHM 120. Recommended for students in dietetics, sports medicine, health education, and elementary/middle school education. Pre/Co-Requisites: CHM 111 or CHM 120. (University Program Group II-B)

CHM 131 Introduction to Chemistry I 4(3-3)

Fundamental concepts of chemistry including stoichiometry, gas laws, ther- mochemistry, and molecular structure. CHM 131 and 132 are recommended to constitute the standard one-year course for science majors. Prerequisite: Recommended: High schoolAlgebra II or MTH 107 (preferably with a B or better); high school chemistry or CHM 120. (University Program Group II-B)

CHM 132 Introduction to Chemistry II 4(3-3)

Continuation of CHM 131 including solutions, kinetics, equilibrium, weak acids and bases, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Prerequisite: CHM 131. Recommended: a grade of C or better in CHM 131.

CHM 161 Principles of Chemistry 5(4-4)

Intensive introduction to chemical principles for the well-prepared, motivated student. Satisfies University Program Group II laboratory requirements. Prerequi- sites: Recommended: High school Algebra II or MTH 107 (preferably with a B or better); high school chemistry or CHM 120. (University Program Group II-B).

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