Multiculturalism in Graduate Programs and Continuing Education
· Part 1: Create a syllabus for a multicultural course or workshop for mental health graduate students. You may either create a course that is specific to multiculturalism (i.e., a multicultural or diversity course) that you expand upon to integrate multicultural information. For your syllabus, include the following information: course title, target audience, credit, course description, learning objectives or outcomes, and an outline of assignments.
· Part 2: Summarize two continuing education courses or workshops that are offered by or approved by the American Counseling Association, or the American Psychological Association. Given the description of the course or workshop, recommend whether it would be beneficial for you to complete it. Explain why the course or workshop would be beneficial or unnecessary, given your current level of awareness, knowledge, and skills in working with culturally diverse individuals. Provide suggestions on ways you would improve the course or workshop if you were the presenter.
· Your final product will be a Word document, approximately 3 pages single space long. Utilize at least 3–4 scholarly sources in your research. Make sure that you write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.