LA 325: Introduction to College/Career Coaching Theory & Practice
Dr. Katharine Brooks
Wednesdays 3-6 pm
Location: CLA 1.104
Unique #: 30003
Prerequisite: upper-division status; 60 hours
Download the Spring 2013 Syllabus
The class structure will be a combination of lecture/discussion, in-class exercises and activities, and practice sessions where you will apply the theories you are learning. During each class you will also complete worksheets and other activities designed to further your knowledge and understanding of the subject matter as well as develop your own academic and career goals. Your performance will be assessed through take-home tests, class worksheets/activities, and a final paper.
By completing this course you will be well-prepared to apply your coaching skills to your chosen career path. You may also apply your skills and knowledge to various student leadership roles (TA’s, peer mentors, tutoring, etc.) you currently hold or hope to attain.
The course instructor, Dr. Brooks, is a board certified coach, licensed professional counselor, and nationally certified counselor. She teaches coaching courses to professionals in the career services field through the National Association of Colleges & Employers.