343232015 - Counseling Psychology: Rehabilitation Counseling

General

Program Title
Counseling Psychology: Rehabilitation Counseling
Degree Designation
MS
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.
Department(s)
Community Psychology, Counseling & Family Therapy
College/School
School of Health and Human Services
Status
Active

Requirements

Admissions Requirements

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

Notes

2.75

Graduate Plan A

Electives: CEEP 665, CEEP 667, CEEP 668, CEEP 530, CEEP 629, CEEP 650, CEEP 652, CEEP 666, CEEP 669, CEEP 684, CPSY 537, CPSY 538, CPSY 539, CPSY 530 Seminar in Adolescence, CPSY 530 Seminar Addiction in Family Systems, CPSY 545 (9 credits of CPSY 545 over two semesters)

Research: none

Graduate Plan B

Credits: 9 credits: CEEP 675, CEEP 678, CEEP 699

Electives: CEEP 665, CEEP 667, CEEP 668, CEEP 530, CEEP 629, CEEP 650, CEEP 652, CEEP 666, CEEP 669, CEEP 684, CPSY 537, CPSY 538, CPSY 539, CPSY 545. (nine credits of CPSY 545 over two semesters of internship) CPSY 530 Seminar Addictions in Family Systems, CPSY 530 Seminar in Adolescence

Research: none

Graduate Plan C

Comments: 6 credits: CEEP 675, CEEP 678

See program website for additional information.

Learning Outcomes

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