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Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education

Rehabilitation PhD

Planning Your Program

Students in the Rehabilitation Counselor Education program complete the following coursework in obtaining their doctoral degrees. Additional information on these courses, elective coursework, qualifying exams, and the dissertation is available in the Doctoral Student Handbook and in the the PhD Program Planning Guide.

  • CEP 930 Introduction to Educational Inquiry
  • CEP 932 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research I
  • CEP 933 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research II
  • CEP 934 Multivariate Data Analysis
  • CEP 968 Research Methods in Counseling and School Psychology
  • CEP 995 Practicum in Research Design and Data Analysis
  • CEP 963 Ethics in Counseling and School Psychology
  • CEP 969 Clinical Supervision
  • CEP 960 Theoretical Foundations of Counseling
  • CEP 964 Practice and Profession of Rehabilitation Counseling
  • CEP 965 Psychosocial Bases of Disability and Rehabilitation
  • CEP 944a: Rehabilitation Counseling Pedagogy
  • CEP 944b: Teaching Practicum in Rehabilitation Counselor Education
  • CEP 944c: Clinical Practice Practicum
  • CEP 944d: Clinical Supervision Practicum in Rehabilitation Counselor Education
  • CEP 903 Cognitive Development Across the Lifespan
  • CEP 905 Cultural Perspectives in Learning and Development

To assist your advisor in helping you make the best decisions regarding your program of study, use the PhD Program Planning Form found in the PhD Program Planning Guide to layout the sequence and timing of courses in your program. The PhD Program Planning Guide also contains a sample sequence of study that you may find useful in developing your program plan. You may download the form by selecting the link below.