PS4050 Integrative Seminar II 2 credits 3 weeks

The Integrative Seminars are designed to allow the student to focus efforts on a specific topic of his/her own choice in any related area as a capstone project. Integrative Seminar II occurs approximately one year after Seminar I and is the culmination of this capstone project allowing the student to demonstrate professional competency. The intent of the seminar is to better prepare the student for work at the graduate level, sharpening skills that will positively impact performance in the pursuit of advanced degrees.

Prerequisite:
PS3050 Integrative Seminar I
CD3000 Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling
CD4200 Theories and Techniques of Group Counseling