CNPS 427 (3.0) Online – Course Outline
- 3 written assignments
- Class participation
- On Campus, paper-based final exam
This course focuses on the work of the beginning counsellor and guidance worker in assisting clients with educational, vocational, and personal planning and decision-making (UBC Calendar).
The course is designed for students finishing a first or second degree, generally in elementary or secondary education, for those enrolled in a diploma program, for those completing qualifying courses for admission to the Master’s program in counselling psychology, and for teachers seeking a greater understanding of the work of a school counsellor.
Students are expected to complete all the assigned readings, participate actively in the online class discussions, complete and submit the written assignments in time, and write a final paper exam on campus.
Upon the successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Describe the role of the counsellor within the educational setting, as part of a comprehensive school guidance program.
- Describe the role of the counsellor in other settings, including individual and group guidance, as well as working with minorities and special needs clients.
- Describe important aspects of self-guidance, such as decision-making and planning.
- Outline the developmental factors involved in the decision-making process.
- Outline the most important ethical guidelines that guide the profession counselling.
REQUIRED COURSE MATERIAL
Call the UBC Bookstore to order: 604-822-2665, or toll-free in North America: 1-800-661-3889 or
Order online: http://shop.bookstore.ubc.ca/courselistbuilder.aspx
- Gladding, Samuel T. and Alderson, Kevin G. Counselling: A Comprehensive Profession Canadian Edition. Pearson Education Canada Ltd., 2012. ISBN: 9780138009892
This is an online course. Students are required to have a computer, access to the Internet, and a Campus Wide Login ID and password to access the course website.
LIBRARY RESOURCES: CONNECT FROM HOME
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Latest Revision on: December 23, 2016