Undergraduate courses at the CLAS Department are open to all students, regardless of major.
EDP 1350 - Effective Learning:
A study of the acquisition of procedural knowledge through the application of human learning theory, cognitive behavior modifications, and developmental psychology. Generalization and transfer of this knowledge will be emphasized.
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[off-site link] COUN 3320 - Introduction to Counseling & Psychotherapy:
This course is designed for upper-division undergraduates who are considering entering a helping profession or who wish to know more about counseling before entering into graduate study. The course will offer a broad overview of counseling, counseling theories, and interpersonal communication skills that will facilitate a counseling relationship. This class will leave students with a greater knowledge of the field of counseling and psychotherapy, a greater understanding of the counseling professional, greater self-awareness, and improved listening and communication skills. A combination of lectures, discussions, films, presentations, and experiential exercises will be employed to reach these goals.
COUN 4378 Student Issues in Higher Education. (3-0)
This course provideslearners with the knowledge to perform the role of a Resident Assistant. Through active discussions, hands-on projects and several guest speakers, learners will explore the multiple tasks and responsibilities of a Resident Assistant, as well as the his- tory and philosophy of residence life and higher education.
Repeatable for credit with different emphasis.