Feb 24, 2024  
2020-21 Hamilton Holt School Graduate 
    
2020-21 Hamilton Holt School Graduate [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CPY 535 - Career and Lifestyle Development


Credit(s): 3
This course is designed to facilitate student development of knowledge, skills and competencies to engage in counseling clients with career issues; to utilize occupational/career resources including technology-based resources and assessments; to examine theories of career development and decision-making; to develop the ability to evaluate and implement appropriate assessments; to collaborate with clients in identifying personal and career goals; and to organize and implement program planning and techniques and do so in a diversity of work settings. The interrelationship of work, family, relationships, geographic location, leisure, cultural diversity, gender roles, economic trends, oppression, diverse life roles, and other sociopolitical factors are explored in relation to career and lifestyle issues in comprehending the career narrative of clients. Prerequisite(s): CPY 525 , CPY 530 , or permission. Lab fee will be assessed.



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