Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
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REHA 501 Principles of Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling 3
REHA 505 Theories of Counseling 3
REHA 507 Ethics in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling 3
REHA 530 Case Management Principles and Plan Development 3
REHA 508 Multicultural/Gender Issues in Counseling 3
REHA 502 Individual and Family Adjustment to Disability 3
REHA 521 Advanced Individual and Group Counseling 3
REHA 515 Medical and Psychological Aspects of Disability 3
REHA 520 Group and Individual Evaluation 3
REHA 503 Psychiatric Rehabilitation 3
REHA 504 Career and Lifestyle Development 3
REHA 525 Vocational Placement and Support 3
REHA 560 DSM-IV for Rehabilitation Counselors 3
 
Supporting Coursework  
HADM 685 Research and Evaluation Methods   3
EDF 530 Advanced Human Development and Learning  3
 
Specialization Core  
REHA 594 Counseling Practicum 3
REHA 596 Cooperative Education /Internship 3
REHA 596 Cooperative Education/Internship 9
 
Total minimum credits required for degree/with Thesis 60/66
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