to study at the doctoral level requires acceptance by the Graduate
School and the department. Department faculty will make a comprehensive
review of the each applicant's qualifications. The following criteria
will be considered collectively for admission to the program:
The concentration in rehabilitation and clinical counseling requires a minimum of 61 s.h.
Required courses include:
- BIOS 7021 - Biostatistics for Health Professionals I
- BIOS 7022 - Biostatistics for Health Professionals II 3 S.H. OF AN ADVANCED STATISTICS COURSE APPROVED BY THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
- ADRE 7340 - Advanced Clinical Counseling Theories and Techniques
- ADRE 7601 - Rehabilitation Administration and Leadership
- ADRE 8050 - Ethical and Legal Issues in Counselor Education and Supervision
- ADRE 8210 - Advanced Pedagogy in Rehabilitation Counseling
- ADRE 8360 - Advanced Practicum
- ADRE 8380 - Rehabilitation Counseling Supervision
- ADRE 8420 - Advanced Assessment and Evaluation
- ADRE 8550 - Advanced Research in Rehabilitation
- ADRE 8810 - Doctoral Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling (4 S.H.)
- ADRE 8991 - Advanced Internship
- ADRE 8992 - Advanced Internship
- ADRE 8993 - Advanced Internship
- ADRE 8994 - Advanced Internship
- ADRE 9000 - Dissertation ** (12 S.H. MINIMUM)
: Students may also elect a specialty area from the list below.
1. Substance Abuse and Clinical Counseling includes 12 s.h. from:
- ADRE 6330 - Clinical and Addictions Counseling
- ADRE 6703 - Foundations of Addictions and Clinical Counseling
- ADRE 8710 - Substance Abuse Seminar
- AN ELECTIVE APPROVED BY THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR.
2. Vocational Evaluation includes 12 s.h. from:
- ADRE 7404 - Resource Development in Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration
- ADRE 8410 - Seminar in Vocational Evaluation Systems Design
3. Rehabilitation Research includes 12 s.h. from:
- BIOS 5010 - Epidemiology for Health Professionals
- BIOS 7501 - Experimental Design
7560 - Nonparametric Statistical Methods
- OTHER ELECTIVES IN ADVANCED
STATISTICS OR RESEARCH APPROVED BY THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR.
4. Specialty area to include 12 s.h. chosen by the candidate and approved by the program director.