CEDU 645 Career Development: Theory and Practice

This course provides an understanding of career development theories and related life factors (e.g., work, family roles and responsibilities, gender, and diversity); strategies aimed at planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating a career-development program for school and mental health settings; and decision-making models that facilitate career planning for individuals. Emphasis is placed on philosophy, theory, and current research in career development, the use of labor market information resources, and the use of assessment instruments and technology-based strategies to enhance career planning.

Credits

3

Offered

Fall and Spring