techniques and methods you would employ
applications and limitations of this approach to counseling.
Grades will be based upon the extent to which your paper covers these points, and your reflections on how this theory integrates with your personal view of yourself as a practicing professional counselor, in addition to the quality of your written expression. You must also include at least three peer-reviewed references to support your conclusions regarding your choice of theory. This paper should begin with your first reaction paper and develop throughout the course of the semester AND fit APA standards.
Midterm and Final Exams (20% of overall grade): A midterm and final exam will be given and will cover the content and objectives of the course. Both exams will include the following:
• These exams will be comprehensive and will assess your knowledge of material found in the textbook and any lecture material.
• The format of the exams will be a combination of multiple choice and short answer essay.
• An emphasis will be placed on conceptual thinking and application skills. You will be expected to be able to think critically and to apply concepts learned in the course to various scenarios.
Final letter grade: 91% to 100% -- A 81% to 90% -- B 71% to 80% -- C 0% to 70% -- F
XI. Methods of instruction
A combination of:
Classroom lectures and discussions
Classroom experiential exercises
Web-assisted instructions and tests/exams
XII.Academic Policy Statement:
Academic honesty is one of the most important qualities influencing the character and vitality of Southeast Missouri State University. Academic dishonesty is defined to include those acts which would deceive, cheat, or defraud so as to promote or enhance one's scholastic record. It includes: academic misconduct, dishonesty, plagiarism and cheating or knowingly or actively assisting another person in doing the same. Violations of academic honesty represent a serious breach of discipline and may be considered grounds for disciplinary action, including dismissal from the University. Students are responsible for upholding the principles of academic honesty as they would any other professional and ethical standard. Refer to:
XIII. Students with Disabilities Statement: