EDUS392 Career Guidance and Counselling (5 cr)
- theoretical approaches in career choice and career development
- the role of career guidance and counselling at different ages and in different organizations
- theoretical approaches in career guidance and counselling
- methods and skills needed in career guidance and counselling
Participation in contact teaching and/or independent study, learning assignments and/or exam. Mode of completion to be specified in the Study Programme.
Active participation in teaching and completing and passing learning assignments/exam.
- have acquired an understanding of the nature of the developmental process of occupational and career identity, career choices and life-long career development, and different forms of career guidance and counselling
- recognize the use and meaning of career guidance and counselling at different stages of human development and in different contexts such as schools and business companies
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- Coles, A. (2003). Counselling in the workplace. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
- McCauley-Bush, P. (2013). Transforming your STEM career through leadership and innovation: Inspiration and strategies for women. Amsterdam: Academic Press.
- Stone, F. M. (2007). Coaching, counseling & mentoring: How to choose & use the right technique to boost employee performance (2nd ed ed.). New York: American Management Association.
- McMahon, M., & Patton, W. (Eds.). (2006). Career counselling: Constructivist approaches. London: Routledge.
- Plant, P. (Ed.). (2008). Ways: On career guidance. Copenhagen: Danish University of Education Press.