MS, Rehabilitation & Career Counseling

Curriculum

This program requires 62 s.h. as follows:
Required courses - 56 s.h.
  • ADRE 6000 - Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
  • ADRE 6010 - Introduction to Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6050 - Ethical and Legal Aspects in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6100 - Occupational Analysis and Career Counseling
  • ADRE 6250 - Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders
  • ADRE 6300 - Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling Theories
  • ADRE 6310 - Prepracticum in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6340 - Human Growth and Development in Clinical, Addictions and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6350 - Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Group Counseling
  • ADRE 6351 - Personal Growth Group Lab
  • ADRE 6360 - Practicum in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6361 - Practicum in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling Lab
  • ADRE 6370 - Multicultural Issues in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6380 - Career Counseling in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6401 - Assessment in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6550 - Research in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling
  • ADRE 6991 - Internship in Clinical, Addictions, and Rehabilitation Counseling *
    Note:
    *The internship (ADRE 6991) must be repeated for a minimum of 12 s.h.
    Approved elective courses - 6 s.h.
    (Choose 6 s.h. from the following.)
    • ADRE 6375 - Military and Trauma Counseling
    • ADRE 6400 - Introduction to Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment
    • ADRE 6703 - Foundations of Addictions and Clinical Counseling OTHER ELECTIVES APPROVED BY PROGRAM DIRECTOR
    Personal Experiential Counseling Requirements 

    Students in the substance abuse and clinical counseling and rehabilitation counseling programs are required to participate in personal counseling and experiential activities. These include participation in a small personal growth group, a group counseling course, counseling pre-practicum and practicum courses, and an option of individual personal counseling by the student counseling center or from another mental health professional to meet part of an optional requirement in the counseling practicum course. All of these personal counseling experiences are oriented toward increasing personal and interpersonal growth of the student in order to become a competent professional clinical counselor.