SPCL 3500 Career Paths for Working with Children and Youth

3 hours; 3 credits

This course integrates academic and experiential learning to assist students in identifying career options. The course orients advanced undergraduate students to applied professions serving children in education, mental/physical health, advocacy, policy, recreation, informal learning and other community contexts. Focus on disciplines that promote child and adolescent development, well-being, and civic engagement, and that are located in and out of school settings.

Prerequisite: Course to be taught by either School Psychology, Counseling and Leadership or Children and Youth Studies Program faculty.


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