The Department of Rehabilitation Counseling offers graduate degrees at the master’s and doctoral levels. We also offer an advanced certificate program. In some cases, students have options to specialize in a certain area of interest, such as professional counseling or aging studies. Please take a moment to look through the different requirements and curricula to find out which program best suits your career goals.
Combined Certificate in Aging and M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling
The Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, in cooperation with the Department of Gerontology, provides its degree-seeking students with the opportunity to earn the Certificate in Aging Studies while concurrently completing the requirements for the Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling. Students must meet admission requirements for both the rehabilitation degree and the gerontology certificate program, and admission into one is independent of the other. Additional information, including the specific program of study for the counseling program, may be obtained in the Department of Rehabilitation Counseling. Information on the curriculum presented by the Department of Gerontology can be obtained by contacting the chair of the Department of Gerontology.