Students in this course will undertake an individualized programme of study in a specialized area in the field of counseling. Activities can include, but are not limited to, reading, research studies, practicum activities in the area of interest, seminar attendance, and presentations, reports, surveys and research papers. A final summary paper will be required, as well as a minimum of 50 hours of work per credit. Residency at a particular location or full time participation are not required. Students begin this course by submitting a study proposal to the Academic Advisor, or to a course supervisor recommended by the Academic Advisor. Programmes for more than two credits need to include some component of practicum.
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