Course Description:

HUED 443/543 TRANSITION/CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION This course is intended for teachers and counselors. It will provide the necessary information and components for designing and implementing a career development program and service delivery system for regular education and special needs students. Topics include: legislation, a historical development of career counseling, instruments used in career counseling, interagency cooperation, transition strategies for school-to-work, pre-vocational and occupational planning, job training, placement, and supervision of students with disabilities. Students taking this course for graduate credit must complete all graduate course requirements. This course cannot be taken as a directed study or credit for prior learning portfolio. Students seeking counselor licensure may not take this as a web-based course. Three Hours, Fall, Spring

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3.0

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