CEPY-COUNSELING & EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

CEPY 1120G. Human Growth and Behavior

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to the principles of human growth and development throughout the life span.

CEPY 1150. Career Development

1 Credit (1)

Professional career curriculum to assist students in developing an understanding and ability to articulate who they are as emerging professionals through personal assessment activities. The focus will be on providing students with tools and strategies for reflection, planning, and goal-setting.Course does not count toward CEP minor. Spring only course offering. Restricted to: College of Education Majors only majors. Restricted to Las Cruces campus only.

CEPY 1160. Academic Development

1 Credit (1)

The course is designed to provide you students with a foundation in their personal academic process. The course will assist students in developing an understanding and ability to articulate who they are as beginning college students through personal assessment activities. The focus will be on providing students with tools and strategies for reflection, planning, and goal-setting. Topics discussed will include time management, study skills, test taking skills, stress management, motivational and academic discipline skills, interpersonal skills and college survival skills. We intend for this to be a supportive, respectful and collaborative environment where everyone can learn and grow. Fall only course offering. Restricted to: College of Education majors.

CEPY 2110. Learning in the Classroom

3 Credits (3)

This class introduces you to the basic principles of learning, including cognition, motivation, and assessment. You will examine the relationships between theory, research, and practice in learning, memory, child development, motivation, and educational assessment for the school setting. This course will provide the student with concepts and principles of educational psychology that will form a framework for thinking about learning and instruction and how theories of learning are connected to classroom situations

CEPY 2120. The Preschool Child

3 Credits (3)

Survey of psychological development from conception to age five.

CEPY 2130. Adolescence - School Setting

3 Credits (3)

This course is designed to present the student with an introduction to the area of adolescent development with an emphasis on the positive aspects of this life stage. Students will be encouraged to be reflective on the topics presented in class that will include issues on diversity, culture, health, and well-being, emerging adulthood and suggestions for improving the lives of adolescents.

CEPY 2140. Explorations of Counseling & Community Psychology

3 Credits (3)

An introduction and exploration of various career options and functions within the mental health disciplines to aid in professional development. Emphasis will be placed on depth and scope of the choices available including research, teaching, community work, public policy, and clinical work and prevention (e.g. counseling, psychotherapy, assessment, consultation). May be repeated up to 6 credits.

CEPY 2140H. Exploration of CCP

3 Credits (3)

An exploration of careers, activities, & techniques in counseling, school, and community psychology. Taught with CEPY 2140 with differentiated instruction and/or independent project to be determined. Restricted to Las Cruces campus only.