GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SCIENCES

PROSEMINARS

Proseminars are intensive, interactive seminars that include faculty and student colleagues.  They consist of live presentations of 700 series practicum work by students, where faculty and student-colleagues provide feedback and share their own thoughts with the group.  Each student is expected to make a minimum of three presentations during Proseminar sessions.  These Proseminars are as follows:

 601 Case Analysis & Review I (2 units)
MS degree program in Applied Breathing Sciences
Certification, Certified Breathing Behavior Analyst
Prerequisites: 301, 404, and 405

602 Case Analysis & Review II (2 units)
MS degree program in Applied Breathing Sciences
Prerequisites: 601

603 Case Analysis & Review III (2 units)
MS degree program in Applied Breathing Sciences
Prerequisites: 602

604 Independent Study (1 unit)
Graduates of breathing degree and certification programs
Prerequisites: 603

605 Business Plan Review (1 unit)
MS degree program in Applied Breathing Sciences
Prerequisites: 501 and 502

The business plans and marketing materials previously prepared by students while taking the business courses (501 and 502), along with any interim results concerning the implementation of their plans, will be circulated among colleague students. Each student will have the opportunity to present the details of their plan, to answer questions, and to obtain feedback from the Proseminar leader and colleague students. In subsequent sessions, students will discuss the ongoing results of the implementation of their plans, along with proposed revisions based on peer feedback, client feedback, and economic outcomes.

621 Case Analysis & Review (2 units)
Certification, Certified Orofacial Myology Consultant
Prerequisites: 121, 122, and 123

Seven 4-hour sessions and one 2-hour session over the last 10 weeks of the program.  Students will present at least three of the cases prepared during the 721 Practicum sessions with clients.

624 Independent Study (1 unit)
Graduates of COMC certification program, OR equivalent
Prerequisites: 621 or equivalent