Oct 01, 2022  
2017-2018 Evening, Weekend, Online Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Evening, Weekend, Online Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CN 788 - Internship II: Higher Education Counseling & Student Affairs

Semester Hours: 3
The Higher Education Counseling & Student Affairs Internship II is a one-semester, 300-hour minimum, supervised counseling experience within the context of an approved higher education placement.  The course is designed to build extensively on a student’s Internship I experience by involving the intern in all aspects of the role and functioning of a counselor and student affairs professional in a higher education context.   Interns may serve in individual and group counseling or presentation sessions or work within a student affairs department with a minimum of 40% or 120 hours of direct service with postsecondary students involving assessment, intervention, and evaluation.  Audio or video recordings are encouraged as they are a traditional way for supervisors to work with supervisees to develop case conceptualization and selecting and implementing appropriate interventions. The application of ethical and legal issues in counseling and student affairs work at the postsecondary level are reviewed.  The course culminates in an evaluation of each student’s performance throughout the internship.

Pre-requisites: CN 739 - Career Counseling and Development , a grade of B or better in CN 787 - Internship I: Higher Education Counseling & Student Affairs , including a positive recommendation from the Internship I instructor and supervisor, and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.

Pre- or co-requisites: CN 744 - Crisis and Trauma: Theory and Intervention .



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