Examines contemporary ethical concerns and issues in rehabilitation counseling profession. The focus will be on attaining a level of applied ethical knowledge and awareness for master's-level professionals.
Examines contemporary ethical concerns, issues, decision-making models, and best practices in rehabilitation counseling and the helping professions. Knowledge and awareness appropriate for master's-level professionals with a particular focus on working with people with disabilities or disadvantagement. Application of knowledge across a range of helping relationships.
This course is part of a program modification of the Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC) degree program. This is an existing course that is currently an elective and will now be a required course. A minor change in the long course title more accurately reflects the helping relationship contextual focus. The student learning outcomes and content of the class are updated to reflect current practice standards but remain essentially the same. For the program modification, the primary course designator is changing from RHAB to RCON. The proposed course description more accurately reflects course content.
Please change 15% grade contribution to 10% to be consistent with grading table.
Please resubmit proposal after designating stardard grading - letter grades only.