Counselor Education

These courses are listed for information purposes only.
Please do not take classes without speaking with your advisor.


COE 3313 Rehabilitation Services
Three hours lecture. Concepts, philosophies, and methods of rehabilitation services for physically, emotionally, or mentally disabled people.


COE 4013 Facilitative Skills Development
Three hours lecture. Introduction to the theory and practice of helping with emphasis on the development of basic communication skills. Applicable to a variety of settings.


COE 4023 Introduction to Counseling
Three hours lecture. Overview of counseling as a profession including specialty areas. Theories and techniques used in counseling. This course is not for Counselor Education majors.


COE 4353 Assistive Technology in the Rehabilitation Process
(Prerequisites: Undergraduates: COE 3313. Graduates: COE 6393, COE 8373 or permission of the instructor) Three hours lecture. Diverse applications of technologies are reviewed for potential impact with all forms of disability. Examines various roles played by technology in total rehabilitation process.


COE 4713 Issues in Aging
Three hours lecture. An examination and integration of gerontological issues related to mental health of the elderly.


COE 4743 Gender Issues in Counseling
Three hours lecture. Overview of gender issues and their relationship to the counseling process.


COE 4903 Developmental Counseling and Mental Health
Three hours lecture. One hour laboratory. Methods of identifying and meeting normal emotional and social needs of children and adults. Emphasis on maintaining better mental health conditions in the schools.


The semesters in which these courses are offered are subject to change.
The departments control when the courses will be available.