CC 2013 Introduction to Counseling and Ethics
This course focuses on career paths and ethical responsibilities within the realm of human services work. Areas covered include the concepts/practices of client advocacy, community advocacy, social justice, and counseling. Ethical standards for a variety of career fields will be explored. Prerequisite: PSY 1113 or SOC 1113.

CC 2223 Chemical Abuse in Special Populations
The course examines the relationship between certain subcultures and specific types of chemical abuse, theories of substance abuse/addiction, therapeutic modalities, and substance abuse treatment settings. (Formerly CA 2223)

CC 3013 Multicultural Counseling
The understanding of cross cultural helping relationships and the integration of effective counseling skills with diverse populations, including the study of cultural  patterns, communication, and perspectives. The student  will develop knowledge of cultural influences that impact the helping relationship.

CC 3023 Community Counseling Theory and Practice
An introduction to the counseling profession, including the study of theoretical foundations, therapeutic practices, and ethical standards and guidelines in helping relationships. The primary objective of this course is to increase the student’s knowledge and skill concerning the methods and techniques in counseling.

CC 3033 Intervention Strategies
Examination of intervention strategies appropriate to working with individuals and their families. The focus will be on the problem identification, crisis intervention strategies, and therapeutic settings in the helping profession. (Formerly CC 1213)

CC 3213 Group Dynamics
This course will focus on current topics in group dynamics. Students will explore group dynamics and theoretical foundations of group work.  Students will also acquire the necessary skills to facilitate groups that focus on effective communication, relationship development and problem resolution.

CC 4513 Research and Evaluation in Counseling Senior Seminar: Capstone Experience
All graduating seniors are required to take a semester- long, three-credit seminar in which they conduct research on some issue related to a human service setting. This experience is designed to help them learn how to investigate, analyze, and synthesize information about practical, behavioral, and societal issues using skills developed through their program and apply their information to the human service field.  Developing written and oral presentations about their research enhances students’ ability to communicate and enter into dialogue with others about such issues. Prerequisite: SBS 3013.