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Acadia University- Master of Education in Counselling

Master of Education in Counselling School of Education Faculty of Professional Studies Overview The Master of Education in Counselling program is intended for teachers pursuing a career in school counselling and others pursuing a career in counselling through various agencies.

Athabasca University- Certificate in Career Development

Certificate in Career Development Centre for Psychology Overview The University Certificate in Career Development is a 30-credit (traditionally one-year) program offered at the senior undergraduate level of study. It is intended primarily for practitioners who have some related work experience in a human services field as it builds on related competencies already developed.

Brandon University – The First Nations and Aboriginal Counselling Program

This First Nations and Aboriginal Degree Program in Counselling was first proposed by the Manitoba Aboriginal Educational Counsellors Association to Brandon University. It was formulated using First Nations and Aboriginal holistic approaches to counselling, healing and community.

Brock University – Undergrad Degree in Labour Studies

Labour Studies is an interdisciplinary field of study distinguished by its focus on work and workers’ organizations. Work is central to one’s life. Our work determines how we spend many of our waking hours and it largely defines our position in society, our economic well-being, and our self-image. It also defines the nature of our society and economy. Labour market restructuring, union-management relations, labour law, union politics, working class culture, labour history, and the pursuit of equity and diversity in the workplace are some of the issues that stimulate teaching and research in the Centre for Labour Studies. For more information on this program, visit https://brocku.ca/social-sciences/departments-and-centres/labour-studies

California State University – MSc in Counseling, Specialization in Career in Career Counseling

This degree specialization program offers graduate-level training in career counseling theory;resources and program development; organizational behavior and administration; individual and group vocational assessment; and the career development of special populations.

Central Michigan University – Graduate Certificate, Human Resources Administration

The Human Resources Administration Concentration provides a program of study for the student who is pursuing, or intends to pursue, a career in the field of Human Resources. The concentration is designed to provide students with an overall background in the field as well as in the specific areas of Labor Relations, Staffing, Training and Organization Development.

Central Michigan University – Master of Arts degree in Counseling

The Counselor Education faculty at Central Michigan University offer courses and programs designed to prepare students to work as counseling personnel in public and private schools, institutions or higher education, community-based social service agencies, and private practice. Many are offered nights and weekends to better accomodate the nontraditional student.

Certificate in Health, Safety and Environmental Processes – Online

The Certificate in Health, Safety and Environmental Processes (CHSEP) is the product of extensive collaboration with OSHE professionals in the workplace. Professionals from across North America have participated in the program’s curriculum development process.

Chapman University- Master of Arts in Career Counseling

The program is designed for individuals seeking academic advising and/or career development positions in a variety of settings including colleges and universities, business, industrial and organizational settings, employment agencies, and private practice.

Colorado State University- Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Education and Human Resource Studies

Within the M.Ed. degree program, there are four different specializations – each geared to an area of theoretical and career interest for its graduate students. Some of these specializations are strictly campus-based, and others have a mix of online and campus-based delivery. for more information about this program, visit http://soe.chhs.colostate.edu/students/masters/index.aspx

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