Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling
Accelerated Distance-Learning Program
Curriculum and Program Length
Each student will take the program in pre-established blocks. Most courses are taught in eight-week blocks. However, some courses are taught throughout the entire semester. The program is a total of 58 credit hours.
|RC 520||Principles of Rehabilitation Counseling|
|RC 650||Rehabilitation Counseling Theory and Practice I|
|RC 515||Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability I|
|RC 558||Human Growth, Disability, & Development Across the Lifespan|
|RC 530||Cultural Diversity in Rehabilitation Counseling|
|RC 610||Case Management in Rehabilitation Counseling|
|RC 516||Medical & Psychosocial Aspects of Disability II|
|RC 750||Rehabilitation Research & Program Evaluation|
|RC 660||Rehabilitation Counseling Theory and Practice II|
|RC 670||Group and Family Counseling|
|RC 640||Rehabilitation in Business & Industry|
|RC 558||Special Topics (Ethics, Psychopharmacology, or Rehabilitation Technology|
|RC 630||Placement Services & Techniques in Rehabilitation Counseling|
|RC 560||Transition, Supported Employment, and Independent Living|
|RC 710||Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling|
|RC 620||Vocational Evaluation & Work Adjustment|
|RC 720||Internship in Rehabilitation|
(3 hour elective may be chosen from RC 540: Chemical Dependency, RC 558: Rural Rehabilitation, or RC 558: Disability Rights and Policies).
The Masters Program offered through the Accelerated Distance Learning Program is 57 to 60 credit hours. The entire program is designed to be completed within sixteen months. (A total of 12 rehabilitation related credit hours can be transferred from other institutions with the approval of program faculty).
Each student will take the program in pre-established Blocks. Courses will be offered in eight-week blocks during the regular academic year.
A student who starts the sequence of courses in the Fall can complete the program the following Fall.
There will be one regular summer enrollment required.
- Graduates will be eligible to sit for the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) examination.