Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling M.Ed./M.S.
Would you like to work with youth and adults with disabilities? Our program can prepare you to be a rehabilitation counselor. Our graduates work in state and federal vocational rehabilitation programs. You could also work in non-profit community rehabilitation programs.
We offer an online option for this program.
Coursework — 60 to 64 hours
- M.Ed. degree (non-thesis option — 60 semester hours + a written Certified Rehabilitation Counselor examination administered by the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification.
- M.S. degree (thesis option) — 64 semester hours
Practicum Course — 3 hours
- 100 clock hours counseling practice
Clinical Practice or Internship — 1 to 9 hours
- 600 clock hours practical work
- May 15 for fall enrollment
- On campus and distance cohorts will be enrolled to begin fall semester only.
For the admission process, you will need to provide the following:
- All official transcripts
- 3 reference forms
- TOEFL report (for international students)
- Statement of intent
- Writing sample required
- Interviews are required
- Graduate School application and payment
- Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling program is accredited under CACREP (as Rehabilitation Counseling)
- Counselor Education Program Outcomes 2017-2018 (PDF)
- Counselor Education Comprehensive Assessment Plan (rev 2018) (PDF)
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Cost & Financial Support
- Auburn University Graduate Assistantship Guidelines
- Auburn University Research and Travel Fellowships
- Auburn University Scholarships (AUSOM)
- Auburn University Student Financial Services
- College of Education Graduate Student Travel Awards Guidelines
- SERC Graduate Assistantship Application (Priority given to doctoral students)
Information for Current Students
- Graduate Diversity Campus Experience (DiCE)
- Iota Delta Sigma Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, an international honor society