Interest in Student Affairs Course in Counseling Graduate Program
This petition is serving to promote enrollment in a Student Affairs/Student Services course. The introductory course to Student Affairs/Services profession would include the following:
-The history of Student Affairs work, frameworks for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education, professional practice in Student Affairs, Student Development, student identities and student learning, professionalizing Student Affairs, accountability, professional standards and ethics, professional associations, and legal issues in Higher Education. There will also be reviews of recent case studies in the field of Student Affairs.
The course is designed to be an exciting introductory to the field of Student Affairs from experienced practitioners; and will emphasize the role of the professional student personnel worker in admissions, residence halls, financial aid, registration, orientation, academic and personal advisement, counseling, international student activities, placement and career counseling, judicial affairs, college union and activities, minority student services, disabled student services and the administration of the student affairs program.
To make this course possible, we are seeking at 10 or more students to express interest for participating and enrolling in this course. Tentative date for this course will be Fall ’11 on Tuesday nights from 6pm – 9:30pm. Course will be led by Dr. Lisa Bardill-Moscaitolo, Dean for Students for Pace University-PLV.
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Graduate Student, M. S. in Counseling