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COUN Courses:
COUN 6312 - Multicultural Counseling

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5 credits

Students in this course have the opportunity to increase their awareness, knowledge, skills, and advocacy related to working with clients from a multicultural perspective. Students foster self-understanding of their own cultural-identity development, biases, stereotypes, values, and strengths while gaining self-awareness of the effects of power, privilege, and marginalization within the counseling relationship. Further, students can gain knowledge of various issues within diversity. Students explore various theories of multicultural counseling and the role of social justice and advocacy in counseling.

Prerequisites for students entering  May 29, 2023 and later

MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Prerequisites

  • None

MS in School Counseling

  • COUN 6301 or COUN 6722

MS Dual Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling Prerequisites

  • None

Prerequisites for students entering prior to May 29, 2023

  • COUN 6311
*Students may take this as a non-degree course, which means they do not have to be enrolled in a program. Contact an enrollment specialist [1-866-492-5336 (U.S.);1-443-627-7222 (toll)] for more information or visit School of Lifelong Learning for more information.