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Program Profile

Degree Requirements-60 Semester Hours

Area I: Professional Studies (23 semester hours)

Required Courses:

COUN 613-Cultural Perspectives in Counseling- 3 credit hours

COUN 614-Lifespan Development- 3 credit hours

COUN 618-Ethics and Professional Issues- 3 credit hours

COUN 621-Research and Program Evaluation - 3 credit hours

COUN 625: Case Management- 3 credit hours

COUN 630- Counseling Seminar - 1 credit hour

COUN 635-Orientation to Professional Practice - 1 credit hour

RHAB 602: Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling- 3 credit hours

RHAB 612: Medical, Functional, and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability- 3 credit hours

Area II: Content and Related Studies (28 semester hours)

Required Courses:

COUN 604-Psychopathology - 3 credit hours

COUN 605-Group Techniques and Procedure - 4 credit hours

COUN 606-Psychological Helping Skills I - 3 credit hours

COUN 608-Psychological Aspects of Substance Abuse- 3 credit hours

COUN 612-Counseling Theory - 3 credit hours

COUN 617-Individual Analysis and Testing - 3 credit hours

COUN 641-Systems Theory - 3 credit hours

RHAB 601-Career Development and Placement - 3 credit hours

RHAB 608 Psych Aspects of Disability - 3 credit hours

Area III: Clinical Practice (9 semester hours)

Required Courses:

RHAB 619-Practicum - 3 credit hours

RHAB 620-Internship I - 3 credit hours

RHAB 621-Internship II - 3 credit hours

Internship:

Prerequisites

COUN 604-Psychopathology

COUN 605-Group Techniques and Procedures

COUN 606-Psychological Helping Skills I

COUN 608-Psychological Aspects of Substance Abuse

COUN 612-Counseling Theory

COUN 613-Cultural Perspectives in Counseling

COUN 614-Lifespan Development

COUN 618-Ethics and Professional Issues

RHAB 601-Career Development and Placement 

RHAB 608 Psych Aspects of Disability 

RHAB 602: Introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling

RHAB 612: Medical, Functional, and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability