Oct 19, 2019  
University Catalog 2018-2019(ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2018-2019(ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Counseling (Graduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the division and approval of the graduate adviser.

Classified graduate standing is required for admission, except that postbaccalaureate students may enroll in 5000-level courses that are required in a credential program.

   •  COUN 5114 - Advanced Theories and Techniques in Clinical Counseling
   •  COUN 5115 - Couples and Family Counseling
   •  COUN 5128 - Assessment in Counseling
   •  COUN 5129 - Principles of Research and Program Evaluation in Counseling
   •  COUN 5140 - Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling and Case Management
   •  COUN 5142 - Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability Part A
   •  COUN 5143 - Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability Part B
   •  COUN 5149 - Employment and Career Development
   •  COUN 5150 - Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in Counseling - Ethics in Counseling
   •  COUN 5160 - Group Counseling
   •  COUN 5161 - Seminar: Higher Education Counseling
   •  COUN 5187 - Supervised Practicum in Counseling
   •  COUN 5188 - Supervised Internship in Counseling
   •  COUN 5189 - Fieldwork in Rehabilitation Transition Settings
   •  COUN 5200 - Introduction to Family Evaluation and Counseling
   •  COUN 5210 - Advanced Family and Marriage Counseling
   •  COUN 5220 - Family Counseling with Children
   •  COUN 5230 - Family Counseling Laboratory
   •  COUN 5252 - Counseling and Human Sexuality
   •  COUN 5257 - Career Education and Guidance in Schools
   •  COUN 5281 - Seminar: Leadership in Pupil Personnel Services
   •  COUN 5286 - Supervised Field Experience in School Counseling
   •  COUN 5286 - Supervised Field Experience in School Counseling
   •  COUN 5287 - Supervised Field Experience in Child Welfare and Attendance
   •  COUN 5287 - Supervised Field Experience in Child Welfare and Attendance
   •  COUN 5289 - Site Practicum in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling
   •  COUN 5300 - Theoretical and Developmental Aspects of Behavior
   •  COUN 5307 - Individual Clinical Counseling
   •  COUN 5310 - Assessment and Case Study Techniques
   •  COUN 5311 - Assessment and Case Study Techniques Lab
   •  COUN 5320 - Assessment of Disabilities and Evidence-Based Interventions
   •  COUN 5340 - Assessment of Social, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
   •  COUN 5360 - Practicum: School-Based Consultation
   •  COUN 5370 - Practicum: School Psychology
   •  COUN 5380 - Supervised Field Experience in School Psychology
   •  COUN 5380 - Supervised Field Experience in School Psychology
   •  COUN 5385 - Seminar: School Psychology
   •  COUN 5900 - Special Topics in Counselor Education
   •  COUN 5910 - Research Methods in Single Subject Design
   •  COUN 5910 - Research Methods in Single Subject Design
   •  COUN 5960 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  COUN 5970 - Graduate Research
   •  COUN 5980 - Graduate Directed Study
   •  COUN 5990A - Thesis Planning
   •  COUN 5990B - Thesis
   •  COUN 5995A - Project Planning
   •  COUN 5995B - Project

Counseling (Doctoral)

   •  COUN 6010 - Research Methods in Single Subject Design

Criminal Justice (Undergraduate)

All 4000-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by the school and approval of the graduate adviser: CRIM4990

   •  CRIM 1010 - Introduction to Administration of Justice
   •  CRIM 1260 - Concepts of Criminal Law
   •  CRIM 2010 - Correctional Systems
   •  CRIM 2020 - Police and Society
   •  CRIM 2030 - Judicial Organization
   •  CRIM 2080 - Introduction to Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Majors
   •  CRIM 2100 - Multiculturalism and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRIM 3010 - Written Communication in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 3030 - Theories and Perspectives in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 3070 - Forensic Mental Health
   •  CRIM 3090 - Juvenile Justice
   •  CRIM 3100 - Ethics and Professional Responsibility
   •  CRIM 3300 - Criminal Justice Research
   •  CRIM 4010 - Gangs
   •  CRIM 4020 - Substance Use and Crime
   •  CRIM 4030 - Violence
   •  CRIM 4090 - Applications of Forensic Science
   •  CRIM 4110 - Interpretation of Evidence in the Courtroom
   •  CRIM 4120 - Crime Scene Management
   •  CRIM 4140 - Forensic Biology
   •  CRIM 4150 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  CRIM 4280 - California Criminal Justice Policy
   •  CRIM 4450 - Legal Issues for Police Officers
   •  CRIM 4460 - Community Policing and Problem Solving
   •  CRIM 4480 - Police and the Media
   •  CRIM 4540 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 4600 - Hate Crimes
   •  CRIM 4610 - Offender Reentry
   •  CRIM 4700 - Women and Crime
   •  CRIM 4830 - Statistics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 4910 - Special Problems in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 4920 - Advanced Criminal Justice Theory and Practice
   •  CRIM 4930 - Civic Engagement in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 4940 - Criminal Justice Leadership
   •  CRIM 4950 - Professional Training Portfolio
   •  CRIM 4960 - Firearms and Toolmark Examination
   •  CRIM 4990 - Undergraduate Directed Study

Criminal Justice (Graduate)

   •  CRIM 5010 - Seminar: Administration of Justice
   •  CRIM 5100 - Graduate Seminar: Ethical, Managerial and Contemporary Issues in Forensic Science
   •  CRIM 5110 - Principles of Research
   •  CRIM 5120 - Quantitative Applications
   •  CRIM 5150 - Research Methods and Statistical Analysis in Forensic Science
   •  CRIM 5200 - Multiculturalism in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 5300 - Theories and Perspectives in Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 5380 - Seminar: Criminal Justice Problems
   •  CRIM 5500 - Crime Scene Reconstruction
   •  CRIM 5520 - Trace Evidence Analysis
   •  CRIM 5530 - Forensic Serology and DNA Analysis
   •  CRIM 5570 - Forensic Pathology
   •  CRIM 5590 - Forensic Microscopy
   •  CRIM 5600 - Forensic Toxicology and Controlled Substances Analysis
   •  CRIM 5620 - Courtroom and Legal Issues in Criminalistics
 

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