The Department of Rehabilitation and Human Services
Dr. Terry Blackwell, Chairperson
APS 107, 406-896-5830
Professor: Terry Blackwell
Associate Professor: Kyle Colling
Assistant Professor: Barbara Harrold
Lecturer: Thomas Dell
Emeritus: Rockne Copple
The department offers and administers the following Graduate Degree programs:
Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
For program admission to Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, the following requirements apply:
Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better on last 60 semester or 90 quarter credits.
Graduate GPA, if applicable, minimum of 3.0.
GRE scores submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies.
Three letters of reference. For students newly graduating (within the last three years) from an accredited undergraduate program, this will include letters from the advisor, a major professor in the degree program, and a letter addressing work-related experience. For other applicants, letters addressing academic, professional, and work-related experience must be included.
Acceptance into the program will be granted by the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program Selection Committee.
Acceptance of an approved Plan of Study will constitute formal admission to the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program
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