||515i Multicultural Counseling
||Dr. Ana Estrada & Dr. Wendall Callahan
||Class activities run Sept. 30, 2018 – Oct. 8, 2018. Classes will be offered each day and attendance at all sessions is mandatory, given the condensed schedule.
||Pre-sessions will be held on September 14th & 21st from 5:00pm-8:00pm
COUN 515i: Multicultural Counseling (3 units)
COUN 515i will examine multicultural counseling, with an emphasis on being culturally responsive for work in clinical mental health and school counseling settings. Students will be introduced to academic and experiential activities designed to increase awareness of their own cultural values, biases and personal assumptions in understanding and addressing the needs of underserved and diverse individuals, families and communities. Gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, socioeconomic status, generational, and regional identifications both nationally and internationally are among some of the areas explored. A wide range of exercises and reflection activities are used to in order to increase empathy, skills, research, and understanding needed for delivering counseling services to diverse populations.
Estimated Program Costs
|Tuition (reduced tuition rate of $780 per unit)
|Global Study Fee
Notes about program costs:
- TUITION for this program is at the reduced SOLES Global tuition rate of $780/unit.
- TRAVEL EXPENSES are estimated $1,766. The program fee includes on-site logistical items such as lodging, classroom rentals, speakers, some group activities, meals and transportation to class activities. If you apply and are accepted to this program then withdraw, any costs incurred on your behalf will be charged to your student account.
- GLOBAL STUDY FEE is $350. A non-refundable charge of $150 will be placed on your student account for all withdrawals after the June 5th. Any withdrawal on or after July 1st, an additional $500 will be placed on your student account.
- ACCOMMODATION costs are built into the program. Housing is provided from September 30 (check in date) to October 8 (check out date). Additional housing charges may be assessed if students drop the class after hotel accommodations are made on their behalf. Accepted students will be provided with further information regarding the group hotel and will be asked their housing preferences.
- AIRFARE is not charged to your student account. Students are responsible for purchasing their own airfare. Please check current airfare using your departure and return cities for a more accurate estimate.
- WITHDRAWAL/REFUND POLICY. If at any point after enrolling in the program you decide that you wish to cancel your participation, you must submit written notification to the Global Center <firstname.lastname@example.org>. A simple email will suffice. A $150 nonrefundable fee will be charged to students for withdrawing after receiving a confirmation of acceptance into the program. After July 1st an additional $500 will be nonrefundable for any withdrawal. Students are responsible for all non-recoverable costs incurred by USD. Tuition refunds for the program and are processed according to the same on-campus tuition refund policy established by the USD Finance Office.
The application deadline for the program is Monday, May 22, 2018 at 11:59PM
. To be considered for acceptance, your online application must be complete by this date. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by June 5, 2018. Once accepted, you must provide your flight itinerary by August 1, 2018. Further information will be provided to accepted students. If you have already opened an online application, continue working on it by visiting the direct login page
Accepted students should apply immediately for any necessary tourist visas. Students are solely responsible for obtaining their own visas. If you are required to obtain a visa, you may apply directly through the host country's consulate for a tourist visa. Contact Peter Maribei, SOLES Global Center Coordinator for an introductory letter and proof of insurance if required. The information provided below applies to U.S. citizens. Please review the Chile government website for instructions on entry/exit requirements.
U.S. citizens may enter Chile for purposes of tourism without a visa if they present their U.S. passport, valid for at least six months after their date of entry into Chile, and a return ticket to the United States or an onward ticket to another country.
Assistant Coordinator, PhD Student
SOLES Global Center
University of San Diego