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Rehabilitation & Addiction Counseling

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Program Title

Rehabilitation & Addiction Counseling

Degree Designation

MS

Award Type

Masters

Program Level

Graduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus

Program Description

The Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling program educates students in the areas of rehabilitation, addictions, and psychological services, Students develop the professional understanding, knowledge, attitude, and skills needed to assist individuals with disabilities and co-occurring addiction diagnoses in achieving their maximum level of independence and functioning.

College/School

College of Health and Wellness Professions

Status

Active

Admission Requirements

What previous degree and/or experience is required prior to admission to this program?

Bachelors Degree

Minimum undergraduate GPA for admission

2.75

Requirements

Free Form Requisites

Admissions Requirements

  • Baccalaureate degree from accredited institution in community psychology or other closely related human services major

Admission GPA 2.75

Graduate Plan A

Electives: course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course Seminar in Adolescence, course Seminar Addiction in Family Systems, course (9 credits of course over two semesters)

Research: none

Graduate Plan B

Credits: 9 credits: course, course, course

Electives: course, course, course, course, CEEP 629, course, course, course, course, course, course, course, course. (nine credits of course over two semesters of internship) course Seminar Addictions in Family Systems, course Seminar in Adolescence

Research: none

Graduate Plan C

Comments: 6 credits: course, course

See program website for additional information.

Program Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Students are encouraged to join and participate in appropriate professional activities and to develop enthusiasm for work in Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling. For example, the National/Minnesota Rehabilitation Association of the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should develop knowledge, understanding, and a professional attitude toward the Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling setting in which he/she will work as well as any related “helping” community agencies.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should develop knowledge, understanding, and a professional attitude toward the Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling setting in which he/she will work as well as any related “helping” community agencies.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should develop knowledge, understanding, and a professional attitude toward the Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling setting in which he/she will work as well as any related “helping” community agencies.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should develop knowledge, understanding, and a professional attitude toward the Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling setting in which he/she will work as well as any related “helping” community agencies.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should understand the philosophies and techniques pertinent to Rehabilitation and Addiction Counseling and should develop his/her professional acceptance skills in using these techniques to help others.

Outcome

By means of course work and interaction with professional staff, students should develop greater self-understanding.

Outcome

By means of course work, interaction with professional staff, and direct experiences students should be prepared for doctoral level training and/or certification.

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Major Code

8189

Program Code

343232015