CNS6565: Multicultural Foundations

Area of Study
Credits 4.5
This course includes studies of multicultural and pluralistic trends including characteristics and concerns of diverse groups; attitudes and behavior based on factors such as age, race, religious preference, physical disability, social class, sexual orientation, ethnicity and culture, family patterns, and gender. This course is meant to sensitize students to the impact of culture on the counselor's understanding of individuals from diverse backgrounds, counselor self-evaluation (e.g., moral), ethical, and legal considerations in the context of professional counseling.





Quarter 2 in the 8 Quarter program or Quarter 4 in 10 Quarter program or Approval of the Program Director