Program Requirements

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to:

  • Utilize and apply the CRCC Code of Ethics in specific cases and field work
  • Develop strategies for working with/for individuals and for persons with disabilities and on behalf of the rehabilitation profession
  • Appraise the concepts of self-advocacy and self-determination as they apply to worth and dignity through incorporating these in the rehabilitation process
  • Practice counseling techniques, placement skills, and career strategies to assist individuals with disabilities
  • Recognize and explain the technology and accommodations available to persons with disabilities that improve access to work, leisure, and school activities

Program plan

Area I: Professional Studies (22 hours)
Required Courses
COUN 605 Group Counseling and Group Work
COUN 606 Counseling Skills & Techniques
COUN 612 Counseling Theory
COUN 618 Ethics and Professional Issues
COUN 625 Case Management and Consultation
RHAB 601 Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling
RHAB 612 Medical Aspects of Disability

Area II: Content and Related Studies (29 hours)
Required Courses
COUN 604 Psychopathology and Diagnosis
COUN 608 Addictions Counseling
COUN 613 Social and Cultural Diversity
COUN 614 Human Growth and Development
COUN 617 Assessment and Testing
COUN 621 Research and Program Evaluation
COUN 630 Professional Seminar
COUN 645 Crisis, Trauma, and Grief Counseling
RHAB 604 Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
RHAB 606 Occupational Information and Job Placement
RHAB 630 Examination Review Seminar

Area III: Clinical Practice (9 hours)
Required Courses
RHAB 609 Practicum in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
RHAB 610 Internship in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling I
RHAB 610 Internship in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling II

Elective (3 hours)
RHAB 605 Sexual Aspects of Disability

Total Degree Requirements: 60 hours

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