AUSB offering new online Career Theory and Practice course

Course begins in April

(designed for applicants for LPCC license)

Career Theory and Practice

This course will provide both the theoretical foundation and the practical experience necessary to understand and foster the career/lifestyle development for clients both individually and in groups. Students will be prepared with the necessary knowledge and skills to collect, evaluate, and use occupational and life development data in helping individual clients and various client populations to make effective decisions and take appropriate actions in their career/life development.

Class Schedule and Outline

This is an on-line 4.5 unit course offering 45 hours of contact time at Antioch University Santa Barbara. The starting date for this course is April 5, 2012 and the last day to submit verification requirements is June 7, 2012. Because this is an on-line course, students may submit assignments in a manner that fits their schedule. Syllabus, resources, as well as a guide to on-line discussions and assignments will be posted on Sakai. In addition, each student will have a learning conversation with the instructor at the beginning and the end of the course to support them their individual learning goals.

This course is aimed at helping licensed graduates seeking grandparenting for LPCC will fill up quickly and registration is limited. The tuition for Antioch University alumni is $340 per unit (4.5 units $1,530) or for other professions, $603 per unit ($2,713.50)

To register, download the Special Student Registration form, complete the information and send to the Office of the Registrar (address information on form.)

Questions

For registration questions contact Julia Dubiel, Registrar, [email protected]805.962.8179 x5105.

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