Directory of graduate preparation programs in college student personnel, 1990
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Published by American College Personnel Association in Alexandria, Va .
Written in English


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Statementa project of Commission XII (Professional Preparation) of the American College Personnel Association ; edited by Marybelle C. Rockey Keim, Jack W. Graham
ContributionsKeim, Marybelle C, Graham, Jack W, American College Personnel Association. Commission XII
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 399 p. ;
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14651178M

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College Student Personnel (CSP) is an academic study area offered at the master’s and above level at several universities.A degree in this field often leads to a career in Student Affairs or Enrollment Management. Bucknell University also has this as an undergraduate concentration and is the only university in the country to do so [citation needed]. Consistent with the Graduate School residence requirement, students may transfer no more than nine (9) hours of course credit toward the M.S. in College Student Personnel Services. Without prior approval in writing from the program coordinator, the practicum must be completed through enrollment at Arkansas State University-Jonesboro. In the College Student Personnel program, student learning and development is paramount both for graduate students and the undergraduate students they serve as student affairs practitioners. Growth is facilitated in the classroom as well as through practical experiences in . As a graduate student in the College Student Personnel program at the University of Dayton, you'll gain the knowledge and skills to become a leader, educator and organizer in higher education. We provide the practice, theoretical perspectives and appropriate experience you need to .

Admission Requirements. Prospective students must submit an online application for admission to the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies.. A master's degree or its equivalent in college student personnel or related field (i.e. mental health counseling, counseling psychology, school counseling and higher education administration). The College Student Personnel program prepares practitioners for positions in student affairs through an integration of theory-based course work emphasizing student learning, growth, and development that is complemented by professional internships in college or university settings. Both aspects of this program enable students to become reflective practitioners who combine . The Graduate Certificate in College Student Personnel Administration (CSPA) prepares students for many professions related to student affairs in college, university, and community settings. Students learn about the ever-changing student clientele, its subgroups and cultures. The Graduate Certificate in College Student Personnel Administration consists of five courses (15 credits). Students who decide to continue their studies may apply these credit hours toward the M.S. and Ph.D. programs in Conflict Analysis and Resolution (if accepted into the program). You can find the required courses and their descriptions below.

Organization and Administration of College Student Personnel Services. (3) An analysis of organizational structure and administrative responsibility of college student personnel workers. Attention will be given to administrative procedures, budgeting, planning, records relationships to students, and relationships to other institutional administrative personnel and academic units.   The certificate program in College Student Personnel Administration (CSPA) is designed as a professional development series for professionals working in Student Affairs on a college campus. It is a twelve credit-hour program comprised of courses that address the core knowledge, theories, and philosophical foundations of the Student Affairs. A number of student personnel oriented graduate programs run intensive study programs, primarily, abroad. As we become aware of program offerings they will be listed on this page. To have your program listed, please send an email to [email protected] with . College student personnel services ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Scan an .