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Graduate Portfolio I

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Portfolio I is an admission readiness assessment which samples and evaluates the student's cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills in critical areas of the counselor education process. It is a six-workshop, 24-hour, noncredit assessment that helps determine student appropriateness for the program and gives the potential student the opportunity to evaluate his or her aptitude for the counseling program. Portfolio I must be passed before a student may be admitted to any graduate counseling program in the College of Social Sciences.

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    Introduction to the Master of Counseling Program

    • Explore the University of Phoenix Master of Counseling Program as presented by the University of Phoenix including the adult learning model and Learning Teams.
    • Identify roles, functions, and relevant settings for Professional Counselors.

    Self-Analysis, Group Process, and Interpersonal Skills

    • Identify personal group process skills.
    • Describe and analyze student suitability for the counseling profession.
    • Compare peer and self-evaluations of student personality characteristics.
    • Evaluate group interpersonal skills.
    • Demonstrate professional behavior in interpersonal interactions.

    Writing and Speaking Skills

    • Demonstrate ability to effectively deliver an individual oral presentation.

    Critical Thinking

    • Review the elements of critical thinking.
    • Demonstrate critical thinking skills.

    Research Skills

    • Explore the resources of the University Library.
    • Demonstrate competent use of the University Library and other information sources.

    Active Listening Skills

    • Identify the elements of active listening as basic interviewing skills
    • Develop and use active listening interviewing skills.
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