Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, MS
Since 1965, The 91大神 has been preparing students to work in the wide field of rehabilitation counseling.
For over 50 years, we have been working to educate and train students for careers in a variety of counseling settings. Our primary goal is to acquire and apply the specialized knowledge, skills, attitudes and values needed to collaborate in a professional relationship with people who have disabilities to achieve their personal, social, psychological, and vocational goals.
In 2017, the program went through a curricular revision process to keep up with changes in the field and move to a 60 credit program.
"The rehabilitation counseling program challenged me to grow both professionally and personally, which allowed me to become a more authentic and reflective counselor. The program has given me the tools to feel confident going into the community to support individuals with disabilities throughout the rehabilitation process vocationally, and also holistically." - Mara Wolfe, G'18
Program Specific Admission Requirements
Students falling below a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale may be required to submit other evidence of their ability to successfully complete a graduate program, such as grades in other graduate-level courses, a record of progressively higher work responsibilities, or scores from the Miller Analogies Test or Graduate Record Examination.
Applicants are expected to have completed a course in each of the following areas: Introduction to Statistics (Descriptive Statistics or Basic Inferential Statistics), Introduction to Theories of Personality, Counseling or Psychotherapy and Lifespan Development (Developmental Psychology, Adulthood, Adolescence, Childhood, Growth and Development).
Personal interviews with program faculty members prior to acceptance are required. Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling applicants participate in a group interview. All interviews are scheduled by program faculty shortly after the application deadline. Program Directors review applications and pay particular attention to each applicant’s ability to address program specific professional goals and professional identity in the statement of intentions.
For general application requirements, please Visit Our Admissions Webpage.
Beginning in the fall of 2019, the program moved to a 60-credit curriculum leading to the Master of Science degree. Our program curriculum includes: Foundations of Professional Counseling courses (39 credits), Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling courses (18 credits) and one Elective course (3 credits). This includes a three credit practicum (100 hours of supervised counseling experience at our on-campus David W. Hall Counselor Training Center) and six credits of internship (600 hours of supervised field experience within a community placement).
For specific course information, please review the Rehabilitation Counseling Program Manual.
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