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CSP 6013
HIGHER ED IN TRANSITION

An overview of the history, philosophy, purposes, and functions of higher education in the United States. The purpose of the course is to familiarize students with the events, issues, and ongoing debates that have shaped and continue to shape higher education in the United States.


CSP 6023
INTRO COLLEGE STU PERSONNEL

This course will provide the student with an understanding of the breadth of college student personnel work and introduce the student to the theory and practice of student personnel work as a profession.


CSP 6033
THEORY & PRACTICE IN CSP

This is an introductory course in college student development theory. Students will be provided with a foundation to understand student development theory and how to apply it in a practical way in their work with college students.


CSP 6043
AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENT

An overview of the literature and research on American college students. After reviewing the literature on student transition to college, student collegiate experiences, student development in college, and college impact on students, the focus will be on effective institutional policies and practices in enhancing positive student college experiences, learning, and other desirable outcomes.


CSP 6053
LEGAL ISSUES IN CSP

This course is designed to teach a process of legal analysis. Benchmark cases will be used to illuminate basic issues. The student will be exposed to a range of administrative problems at the postsecondary level that entail legal implications. The course experiences should ultimately help current and prospective administrators to envision the legal dimensions of collegiate-level decision processes.


CSP 6063
SPEC TOPICS CSP CAPSTONE

Prerequisite: A minimum of 24 hours must be earned toward program requirements. This capstone seminar is designed to provide graduating college student personnel students with the opportunity to discuss current issues in student affairs practice with the goal of preparing them as new professionals in the field.


CSP 6073
COUNSEL/COLLEGE STUDENTS

An exploration of ways adults construct meaning, including intellectual, moral, and personality development. Gender and culture will be highlighted as they affect learning and development.


CSP 6081
PRACTICUM I

Prerequisite: A minimum of 18 hours must be earned toward program requirements. This course provides students the opportunity to participate in a supervised professional experience. The student will process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the practical internship to integrate the experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6082
PRACTICUM I

Prerequisite: A minimum of 18 hours must be earned toward program requirements. This course provides students the opportunity to participate in a supervised professional experience. The student will process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the practical internship to integrate the experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6083
PRACTICUM I

Prerequisite: A minimum of 18 hours must be earned toward program requirements. This course provides students the opportunity to participate in a supervised professional experience. The student will process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the practical internship to integrate the experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6091
PRACTICUM II

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSP 6081-3. A practical, applied course where students will participate actively in a supervised professional experience. The student is expected to process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the professional experience and to integrate those experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6092
PRACTICUM II

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSP 6081-3. A practical, applied course where students will participate actively in a supervised professional experience. The student is expected to process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the professional experience and to integrate those experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6093
PRACTICUM II

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSP 6081-3. A practical, applied course where students will participate actively in a supervised professional experience. The student is expected to process, discuss, and share experiences gained during the professional experience and to integrate those experiences with the student development theory.


CSP 6113
RESEARCH DESIGN ANALYSIS

The student will learn to interpret, analyze, and evaluate research reports in professional journals and will understand the principles which underlie effective scientific investigation.


CSP 6123
ASSESSMENT & EVAL IN HE

An in-depth survey of the outcomes assessment and institutional effectiveness movement and including assessment techniques, instruments selection, analysis of assessment data, and reporting of assessment findings.


CSP 6133
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP IN HE

A study of how educational policy is developed through micro and macro political elements, an examination of ethical and value issues confronting educational leaders, and a demonstration of how individual values drive ethical behavior and ethical decisions.


CSP 6143
ADMINISTRATION IN CSP

Administration in College Student Personnel is a required course for the Masters of Science in CSP degree. The course provides an overview of the relevant theories in the management, organization, and leadership of institutions of higher education, particularly in areas of student affairs administration. Emphasis will be placed on the application of theory and knowledge to administrative practices of human resource management, financial and budgeting, and facilities management. Students will also examine student affairs units in their functional contexts, including, but not limited to, such areas as admissions, financial aid, orientation, counseling, academic advising, support services, residence life, judicial services, campus activities, greek life, multicultural and international student affairs, disability services, service learning, religious programs, and commuter and non-traditional student services.


CSP 6191
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6192
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6193
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6194
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6195
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6196
THESIS

Prerequisites: 27 hours must be completed toward the program requirements. The student will complete an applied or theoretical research project which incorporates all the elements of an original research proposal and concludes with findings which add to the body of knowledge in the area of college student personnel.


CSP 6881
SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CSP

Special Problems (Workshop) in CSP is an elective course that will provide a study of contemporary issues or problems associated with the field of student affairs and higher education in general. Students will explore these issues, the impact they have on the field of student affairs, and to be introduced to best practices that can be applied to address the issues from a developmental point of view. Note: Since the topic for the workshop will vary each time offered, a student can repeat this course, earning a maximum number of six graduate hours of credit.


CSP 6882
SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CSP

Special Problems (Workshop) in CSP is an elective course that will provide a study of contemporary issues or problems associated with the field of student affairs and higher education in general. Students will explore these issues, the impact they have on the field of student affairs, and to be introduced to best practices that can be applied to address the issues from a developmental point of view. Note: Since the topic for the workshop will vary each time offered, a student can repeat this course, earning a maximum number of six (6) graduate hours of credit.


CSP 6883
SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CSP

Special Problems (Workshop) in CSP is an elective course that will provide a study of contemporary issues or problems associated with the field of student affairs and higher education in general. Students will explore these issues, the impact they have on the field of student affairs, and to be introduced to best practices that can be applied to address the issues from a developmental point of view. Note: Since the topic for the workshop will vary each time offered, a student can repeat this course, earning a maximum number of six graduate hours of credit.


CSP 6893
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings. Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.


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