Fall 2023 Adjunct Faculty COUN 600 02: Introduction to Counseling Research
ID: 7161501 (Ref.No. 4469120)
Posted: August 9, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Open Date: Aug 08, 2023
Description:Per course adjunct faculty for the Counseling program's course, COUN 600-02.
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COUN 600-02 - Introduction to Counseling Research
COUN 600 is a 1-unit graduate counseling course that is required for all SMC students earning a master’s degree in counseling across all counseling specializations in the COUN department.
This course introduces students to behavioral science research methodology and application and provides students with skills for accessing counseling literature through several venues (e.g., Internet, databases). The course includes an introduction to fundamental concepts of research design and methodology, as well as the basic types of statistical analysis. Ethical issues in designing and conducting research and disseminating the results are covered, as well as additional elements and aspects of reviewing and evaluating the professional literature in counseling and education, to promote the students’ abilities to appropriately and effectively apply research to practice.
Candidates must have a M.A., M.S., or Ph.D. in Counseling, Psychology, Communication, Social Work, Human Development, Higher Education & Student Affairs, or a related field. Candidates must have experience teaching at the graduate level in Counseling, Psychology, Research Methods, or a related area, or at least 3 years of experience as a practicing clinician (e.g., MFT, PCC, clinical or counseling psychologist), school-based mental health professional (e.g., school counselor or school psychologist), or counselor in a higher education setting (e.g., college/university).
Current license in Marriage & Family Therapy, Professional Clinical Counseling, or Psychology, or Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling, Social Work, or School Psychology.
A demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence, multicultural/international competence, social justice, clinical expertise, and familiarity with counseling theory and practice.
A successful record of teaching experience at the graduate level.
- Applicants must reside and work in California
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