PC 835 Multicultural Studies, Social Change and Advocacy
Students involved in this course are invited to examine their personal, systemic and professional worldviews along with that of the client as they move to understand the forces that have shaped barriers to social, cultural, racial, ethnic, religious and gender acceptance. Emerging social justice issues from the field will be studied with the intention of encouraging students to become agents of social change and advocacy.
C,4– Pedagogy relevant to multicultural issues and competencies, including social change theory and advocacy action planning.
I,2–Understands advocacy models.
3. Identifies current multicultural issues as they relate to social change theories.
5. Understands current topical and political issues in counseling and how those issues affect the daily work of counselors and the counseling profession.
J,2–Demonstrates the ability to advocate for the profession and its clientele.
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