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CNSA 515 - Foundations in Higher Education Counseling for Student Affairs Practice

(3 credits)
This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the student affairs profession, its historical foundations, and its roles and functions. The course will address the college and university settings where the profession is practiced, as well as the skills and competencies needed by practitioners to address student development issues. The course will explore the relationship between academic and student affairs and the importance of applying student development theory to practical applications with college students. Students will be exposed to current issues regarding student affairs in higher education. Topics covered in the course include (but are not limited to) institutional mission, organization and administrative models in higher education, training and supervision of staff, program planning and ethical and legal issues in higher education, fiscal and budget management, and good practice in student affairs. (Formerly CNSA 523)