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Master of Arts in Counseling: Rehabilitation Counseling


Courses marked by an asterisk (*) are required courses in the curriculum.

COUN 7365 Rehabilitation Counseling Practicum*
The purpose of this course is to provide students exposure and learning experience in a community based rehabilitation agency under faculty (CRC) supervision. The course is designed to give the student an opportunity to practice the role of a rehabilitation professional. The student will apply Rehabilitation Counseling methods, techniques and vocational knowledge in work with clients and in consulting with business and industry for job development and placement opportunities. This course must be completed before enrollment in COUN 7660 Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling.

COUN 7660 Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling* (12 hours)
The internship consists of advanced fieldwork in rehabilitation counseling in an off-campus field site placement. The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certificate (CCRC) requires 600 hours of applied experience in a rehabilitation agency or facility under the supervision of an experienced Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) onsite or facility supervisor. This course will provide a minimum of 300 of those fieldwork hours. The course may be taken twice under different section numbers in the same semester to meet the 600-hour requirement. Prerequisites include completion of all core and professional speicalization coursework, including the practicum in rehabilitation counseling and approval of the program faculty.

Updated 1.5.2010