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|SDS-Student Development Services
SDS 6340 Educational and Vocational Guidance . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Socio-psychological forces influencing career choice; identification, selection and use of educational and career guidance resources; use of decision-making concepts and skills in choosing educational and occupational alternatives.
SDS 6414 PK-12 Guidance and Counseling for Diverse Populations . . . . . 3(F)
Prerequisite: EDF 6218, EDF 6481.
Designed to enable guidance counselors to consult with teachers and students to address race, class, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, and other social injustice differences in children and adolescents.
SDS 6620 Administration, Curriculum, and Instruction for Guidance Counselors . . . . . 3(F)
Designed to provide students with an introduction to the counselor's role in the school improvement process and the philosophies of educational reform and accountability. Examines the role of classroom management and organization to promote PK-12 learning. Additionally, introduces the basic technologies that can be used by guidance counselors to facilitate student learning.