Courses - MA in Rehabilitation Counseling
The MA in Rehabilitation Counseling is a 60-credit-hour program accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Full time course work entails enrolling in 9 credit hours for the fall and spring and 6 credit hours in the summer, although some students do enroll for 12 credit hours in fall and spring. Part-time course work is typically in 6 credit hours for the fall and spring and 3 credit hours in the summer. Student taking full time course work that consists of 9 to 12 credit hours in fall and spring and 6 credit hours in the summer are capable of completing the program in two academic years.
- BCE 512 Counseling: Theory and Process
- BCE 513 Career Development
- BCE 514 Counseling Skills
- BCE 517 Professional Issues, Ethics and Advocacy in Counseling
- BCE 521 Group: Process and Procedures
- BCE 522 Individual and Group Appraisal
- BCE 533 Special Topics Work and Disability
- BCE 540 Orientation to Rehabilitation Counseling
- BCE 542 Medical, Functional, and Environmental Aspects of Disability I
- BCE 545 Vocational Rehabilitation Case Management and Placement
- BCE 611 Multicultural Counseling
- BCE 613 Substance Abuse Counseling
- BER 500 Research Methods in Education
- BER 540 Quantitative Research I
- BEP 550 Life Span Development
- BSP 660 Psychopathology
- BCE 546 Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling
- BCE 547 Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling (6 hours)
- Adviser approved elective
This program requires a field placement component and it is the student's responsibility to secure a site for the field placement.
Please note that courses are subject to change.