Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Course Sequence and Program Tracker – Spring Start
- Academic Plan: REHCN-MSED
- This is a recommended sequence of courses for students who wish to complete the program within 2.5 years and start in the spring. Part-time students could choose to take fewer courses each semester.
Semester 1 – Spring
- COCO 700 – Life Stage Developments
- Complete prior to Internship
- COCO 701 – Counseling Skills and Interventions
- Complete prior to practicum, COCO 706, COCO 707
- COCO 702 – Theories of Counseling
- Complete prior to practicum, COCO 706
- COCO 703 – Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
Semester 2 – Fall
- COCO 706 – Group Counseling
- Prerequisite: COCO 701; COCO 702
- COCO 707 – Multicultural Aspects in Counseling
- Prerequisite: COCO 701
- COUNR 716 – Resources and Foundations of Rehabilitation
- Complete prior to Internship; offered in Fall only
- COUNM 717 – Psychopathology & Diagnosis
Semester 3 – Spring
- COCO 708 – Measurement and Appraisal
- COUNR 719 – Advanced Counseling Skills and Contemporary Issues Seminar
- Corequisite: COUNR 718; Complete with COUNR 718
- COUNR 720 – Medical Aspect of Disability
- Offered in Spring only
- COUNR 718 – Practicum in Counseling
- Prerequisite: COCO 701, COCO 702; Prerequisite/Corequisite: COCO 700; Co: COUNR 716, COUNR719; Complete prior to COCO 711
Semester 4 – Fall
- COCO 709 – Research Methods
- COCO 711 – Supervision and Administration
- COCO 712 – Career Counseling
- COUNR 725 – Internship in Counseling I
- Prerequisite: COCO 718; COCO 719; COCO 706
Semester 5 – Spring
- COCO 710 – Chemical Dependency
- COCO 715 – Family Systems
- COUNR 726 – Internship in Counseling II
- Prerequisite: COUNR 725
Students must apply for practicum or internship during the prior semester. Refer to the Rehabilitation Counseling Fieldwork page for requirements and step-by-step instructions.
Students must apply for graduation the semester before their planned graduation. Refer to the Graduation and Commencement page for full policies and procedures.
Students can sit for the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) exam after completing 75% of the coursework or after graduation. Refer to the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) for step by step instructions.
- Child Abuse Prevention: Mandated Reporter
- Assistive Technology Workshops which are offered each Spring
- The clinical courses (COCO 701, COCO 706, COUNR 718, COUNR 719, COUNR 725, and COUNR 726) and COCO 707 must be taken at Hunter College.
- Students who do not obtain a grade of at least “B” in identified Clinical Courses have not successfully completed the course. Students need to petition the program and be approved to continue in the program.
- Summer courses often vary from year to year and cannot be guaranteed, depending on instructor availability.