Spring Semester 2012
|Rehabilitation Counseling & Human Services|
|The Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services is a Masters 60 credit counseling program. The program is CORE Accredited and takes students two years to complete. Admittance to the program is every even numbered year, beginning in May. Classes run year round, even through the summer. Course administration is usually a combination of face-to-face, hybrid, online/distance administration.
Graduates of the Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services have the option of obtaining their CRC (Certified Rehablitation Counselor) and their LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). Graduates of this program may find employment in: state or federal agencies, private or nonprofit rehabilitation agencies, hospitals, corrections, community mental health clinics, and private practice. Click here for the Program Outcomes.
Interested applicants must take the prerequisite class as a part of the admittance process. The next cohort will start May 2012. Applications are currently being accepted. CASP 507 is an exploratory course for students considering entering vocational rehabilitation counseling. Focus is on the role and function of counselors, their values, and responses to contemporary issues. The course requires participation in small group work as well as written papers which will be assigned the day of the class and will be due at a specified time following the in-class experience. Students are assessed on the knowledge and skills they have acquired. Successful completion of the course is one of the criteria for final admission to the Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services Program.
This 2-credit, one-day course is offered fall and spring semesters in both the Boise and Coeur d’Alene University of Idaho sites. The program operates on a cohort system that begins on even numbered years (i.e.2012,2014...)
If a student is not yet a degree seeking student at the University of Idaho, he/she can apply as a non-degree seeking student for the spring semester and register for up to 7 credits. However, non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid through the University of Idaho.
|FCS 340: Parent-Child Relationships in Family and Community|
|Students in this course will examine the dynamics of parent-child interactions and models for parent education programs in community and school settings.
Prereq: FCS 234 or FCS 334 or contact instructor for permission
January 11th through May 11th
Wednesdays, 5:00-7:45 p.m.
Location: NIC Molstead Library Room 264
|HIST 415: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1828-1877|
|This course covers topics such as sectionalism, westward expansion, slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction.
March 19 – May 11
Fridays, 6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. and Saturdays, 9:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
|B.S. Organizational Sciences|
Organizational settings, including for-profit businesses, political organizations (e.g., legislative bodies, political parties, PACs), not-for-profit organizations (e.g., health care companies, charities, volunteer agencies), and public and private boards (e.g., boards of education, homeowners associations, church boards), are dynamic entities that rely on skilled leaders to function efficiently and to ensure positive workplace culture and climate.