Rehabilitation Counseling (MSEd)
The Rehabilitation Counseling Program prepares students to assist people with disabilities to realize personal goals and maximize their physical, emotional, social, intellectual and vocational potential. Rehabilitation counselors work with youth and adults in a variety of community-based settings such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, colleges, chemical dependency agencies and career/vocational counseling programs. Students in this program may take the national certification examination for the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) status after completing 75% of their course work.
For a full list of requirements, progress standards, and exit requirements consult the Hunter College Course Catalog, Course Sequence Guides and the Graduation Checklist.
Course Sequence Guide
Students must meet with the program advisors to determine their particular course of study before registering for classes.