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The College Counseling Process

Course Number: EDUC X313.35B

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4 units

Provides an overview of the process of counseling students and families through the college admissions process. This practice of college counseling involves practitioners from several disciplines and encompasses a wide range of skills and issues related to education, administration, public policy, and others. Learn to understand:

  • the components of the college counseling process
  • the field of college counseling
  • postsecondary options
  • standardized testing and other data considered in the process
  • the role of essays, interviews, and resumes
  • issues of access and success

You will also develop your identity as a college counselor, and have a plan for how you will begin working with students and families in this process.

Available Sections

Starting Mar 12

174EDP001

Starting Mar 12
174EDP001

Course Fees

$495 Early Bird Discount ends on Mar 6
$545 after Mar 6

Instructor

Carol Rose [ bio ]

close [x] Carol Rose, M.S., Educational Counseling, is a College Preparatory Counselor, designed the counseling program at Jesuit High School, and regularly advises parents and students in all phases of the college application process.

Schedule:

Begins:
Mar 12 - Apr 22, 2018

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

Special Refund Policy "A" applies.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Fundamentals of College Admissions Counseling (4th edition)"

ISBN: 9780986286308

Prerequisites

Applicable Certificates

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