Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, M.S.
Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation
Song Lee, Chair
Education Building, Room 350
Alicia Becton, Coordinator, Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
Education Building, Room 350
Degrees and Programs Offered
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Counseling Credential
CRED in Pupil Personnel Services - School Psychologist
MS in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling, M.S.
MS in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, M.S.
MS in Counseling - School Counseling Option, M.S.
MS in Counseling - Student Affairs & College Counseling Option, M.S.
The Department of Counselor Education and Rehabilitation offers programs and master’s degrees in the areas of Counseling and Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. The programs utilize the services and facilities of community agencies and school districts within the university service area.
M.S. in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
The M.S. in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling is a 60-unit CORE accredited program that aims to prepare professionals who are culturally competent, and able to provide rehabilitation and mental health counseling to individuals with disabilities in an ethical manner while adhering to the Code of Professional Ethics and Scope of Practice for the profession. Students have the ability to pursue certification as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and National Certified Counselor, as well as undergo requirements that position them for the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor credential. The program has earned top rankings in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, and is a national leader in hands-on, real world rehabilitation in California and beyond.
In addition to the admission requirements listed in the Graduate Education Program section of this catalog, M. S. in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling program applicants must meet the following requirements:
Program prerequisites may not be counted toward the Master of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. The prerequisites may be completed during the first semester of the program, but students may not complete more than 10 units of 200-level coursework before obtaining classified standing (full admission to the program).
Under the direction of the graduate adviser, each student prepares and submits an individually designed program within the following framework:
Total (60 units)
Note: (1) REHAB 201, 204A, 204B, 237, and 238 must be completed with a grade of B or better. (2) Students meet the Graduate Writing Requirement by passing the writing component of REHAB 237 or COUN 220 or REHAB 238. Please refer to the program's Student Manual for additional information.
In order to graduate, the student must complete the graduate writing requirement, two clinical reviews, and all other specific degree requirements. In addition, the student must complete one of the following: (1) the comprehensive exam, (2) the National Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Exam, (3) Project, or (4) Thesis.
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