Course: CHS 432. Counseling the Chicana/o Child (3)*
Preparatory: Completion of the lower division writing requirement. Overview of social, cultural and educational factors that impact the psychological development of Chicana/o and other Latina/o children. Studies the nature of psychological issues associated with the immigrant and acculturation process and the role of the teacher, counselor and family in dealing with these issues. Primarily for prospective teachers and school counselors at the elementary- and secondary-school levels and is a viable option for those seeking either a teaching or counseling credential. Available for Section A of the Multicultural requirement for credential candidates. Available for graduate credit. Meets the Ethnic Studies requirement. (ES)
*Not available for General Education credit.