Attention CSL Students!
The following Spring Quarter courses have low enrollment and are at risk of being canceled:
CSL 454: Career Readiness (formerly Career Counseling)
CSL 475: College and Career Readiness Counseling for School Counselors
CSL 489: Psychopathology
If you intend to enroll in one of these courses, please do so before Friday, February 28. After this deadline, courses that do not meet the minimum enrollment level will be cancelled. Please consult the planning guide in Live Binder to determine if you should take this course. CSL 475 is an option for CSD track students.
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Sonnenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will put you in touch with an advising faculty member.
The CSL 489 Psychopathology course scheduled for Spring 2014 currently does not have a lot of students enrolled and is at risk of being canceled. If you are thinking of taking this course (and it fits your schedule), I highly recommend taking it. Remember the next time it will be offered is in the Winter of 2015.
Some of you have likely already taken this class (please disregard) and a few of you may not meet all the prerequisites for it. As a reminder, the prerequisites for CSL 489 Psychopathology are as follows:
CSL 451 Legal & Ethical Issues
CSL 452 Introduction to the Counseling Profession
CSL 467 Counseling Theories
CSL 501 Counseling Skills
If you have questions, please let me know.
Philip B. Gnilka, Ph.D., NCC
Assistant Professor | DePaul University
Department of Counseling & Special Education
2247 N. Halsted St | Chicago IL 60614
Phone: 773.325.2946 | Fax: 773-325-4744Email: email@example.com
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