RP & SE 100 — DISABILITY AND SOCIETY

3 credits.

Provides introductory and interdisciplinary life-span perspectives on disability, relevant for both education and non-education majors. Introduces theoretical, cultural, and political models of disability and explores the lived experiences of persons with disabilities (or people who are perceived to have disabilities) in society. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 121 — DISABILITY AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE

3 credits.

Designed to provide an entry-level overview of disability under federal legislation and regulation, substance use and abuse among persons with disabilities as either a primary or secondary disability, the physical, psychological, and socio-cultural effects of drugs, and the impact substance abuse or dependence has on the capacity of individuals with disabilities to live independently, work, and otherwise engage in a full range of life activities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 125 — HEALTH AND REHABILITATION PROFESSIONS

3 credits.

An exploration of various health and rehabilitation professions within the United States health care system, including educational requirements, professional expectations, and practice sites. Consideration is given to career planning in health and rehabilitation professions with review of current employment opportunities and workforce trends. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 200 — ISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Designed for learning about special education, particularly related to careers in this field. Provides information on the history and evolution of special education and special educators' roles. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 300 — INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Designed to expand the knowledge base of future educators, clinicians, and society members to better understand and serve the diverse needs and interests of individuals with disabilities. Introduces the concept of disability as well as the field of special education. The history, etiology, and characteristics of specific categories of disability are examined, as are educational and other federally mandated programs designed to address the needs of both children and adults with disabilities. Topics germane to the study of disability and the field of special education are explored. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 310 — POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND WELL BEING

3 credits.

Introduction to positive psychology, or the science of human strengths, mental health, and well-being. Covers theory and current research on positive psychology including concepts of optimism, flow, gratitude, and purpose in life. Positive psychology concepts are discussed within the context of health promotion, with an emphasis on minimizing the impact of illness and disability. Learn to apply positive psychology concepts in personal and professional contexts to cultivate fulfilling, healthy, and meaningful lives. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 316 — HEALTH PROMOTION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITY AND CHRONIC ILLNESS

3 credits.

Addresses theories and research related to health psychology, health behavior and quality of life. Focus on understanding models of healthy lifestyle interventions, assessment/intervention strategies for health promotion, factors affecting health behavior, public health initiatives. Attention is given to application of practical tools for promoting health and preventing secondary conditions for individuals with disabilities and chronic illness. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 325 — SELF MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC ILLNESS AND DISABILITY

3 credits.

Provides knowledge and understanding of concepts of self-management of chronic Illness and disability using both theoretical and empirically-based approaches. Includes discussion of collaboration among healthcare providers in helping individuals manage symptoms of their chronic health conditions, condition-specific education about the typical symptoms and advice about the decisions and actions that the individual with the chronic health condition can take when those symptoms occur, and coping skills that can be facilitated to address the emotional reactions and stress related to chronic health conditions. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 330 — BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS: APPLICATIONS TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Children with exceptional learning and behavior characteristics (contrasting views and practices); a humanistic behavioral approach; development and evaluation of behavior change programs, classification and foundations of exceptional learning and behavior characteristics, and facilitating behavior change in different settings. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​CURRIC  365 — TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS

4 credits.

Designed to introduce preservice teachers to a variety of approaches for teaching mathematics to students in inclusive schools. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 401 — AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

1 credit.

Covers theoretical foundations for the assessment and selection of assistive technology and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for students with disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 402 — METHODS IN TEACHING FUNCTIONAL SKILLS

1 credit.

Applies knowledge and skills for functional assessment and applied behavior analysis in the design and implementation of an individualized, functional curriculum for students with moderate to profound intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 403 — PROMOTING ADOLESCENT LITERACY FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

1 credit.

Designed to prepare future special educators to plan and provide language and reading instruction to adolescents with disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 404 — METHODS IN TEACHING SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

1 credit.

Prepares future special educators to plan and provide Science and Social Studies instruction to a broad range of students with disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 405 — CURRENT TOPICS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

1 credit.

Explores current issues, topics, and trends in special education. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 445 — SPECIAL EDUCATION PRACTICUM: EARLY ADOLESCENCE THROUGH ADOLESCENCE

3-6 credits.

Approved placement with a qualified cooperating teacher serving students with disabilities in any of grades 6-12, supervised by a qualified university supervisor. Includes observation and supervised practice in the field of special education and discussion focusing on reflection and application of special education theories to practical settings. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 457 — ELEMENTARY STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR - ELEMENTARY/SPECIAL EDUCATION DUAL MAJOR

1 credit.

Addresses professionalism, research and problem solving, assessment, and collaborative skills relevant to the elementary and special education student teaching placement. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 464 — DIAGNOSIS, ASSESSMENT, AND INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Introduction to assessment terms and tools used to assist in the identification and diagnosis of students with disabilities; provide the skills necessary to collect and use assessment data to promote the successful outcomes in core academic instruction for students with disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 465 — LANGUAGE AND READING INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Designed to prepare future special educators to plan and provide language and reading instruction to a broad range of students with disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 466 — DIVERSITY IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Provides an overview of the context and unique considerations for providing special education services to culturally and linguistically diverse learners and their families. Upon completion, describe the diversity of students who receive special education services, including trends over time, and identify deficit orientations toward diversity, culture and disability that limit youths' opportunities to learn. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 467 — ELEMENTARY STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR

2 credits.

Addresses professionalism, research and problem solving, assessment, and collaborative skills relevant to the elementary special education student teaching placement. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 468 — SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR

2 credits.

Addresses professionalism, research and problem solving, assessment, and collaborative skills relevant to the secondary special education student teaching placement. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 472 — METHODS IN TRANSITION AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Provides information and methods necessary to provide individualized programming in transition and vocational education for students with disabilities, grades six through twelve. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 473 — CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS

3 credits.

Focus on theories and practices to promote positive, proactive, and culturally responsive management of K-12 inclusive classrooms. Topics covered include multi-tiered systems of support, functional behavior assessment, and behavioral intervention plan. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 475 — SPECIAL EDUCATION PRACTICUM: ELEMENTARY (PK - GRADE 9)

3-6 credits.

Practicum teaching in an approved placement with a qualified cooperating teacher serving students with disabilities in any of grades pre-K to 9, supervised by a qualified university supervisor. Placement schedule determined by course instructor. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 476 — SPECIAL EDUCATION PRACTICUM: SECONDARY (GRADES 4-12)

1-9 credits.

Practicum teaching in an approved placement with a qualified cooperating teacher serving students with disabilities in any of grades 4-12, supervised by a qualified university supervisor. Placement schedule determined by course instructor. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 477 — SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING: ELEMENTARY (PK - GRADE 9)

6-12 credits.

Full time student teaching in an approved placement with a qualified cooperating teacher serving students with disabilities in any of grades PK-Grade 9, supervised by a qualified university supervisor. Placement schedule follows the host school district calendar. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 478 — SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING: SECONDARY (GRADES 4-12)

6-12 credits.

Full time student teaching in an approved placement with a qualified cooperating teacher serving students with disabilities in any of grades 4-12, supervised by a qualified university supervisor. Placement schedule follows the host school district calendar. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 500 — REHABILITATION-COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: FOUNDATIONS

3 credits.

History, philosophy, principles, legislation, and development of vocational rehabilitation; organizational structure and objectives of the principal community agencies. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 501 — REHABILITATION-COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY: APPLICATIONS

3 credits.

Introduction to rehabilitation and human service programs for people with disabilities and other special needs. Emphasis on communication relevant to professional service, particularly writing. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 505 — BIOLOGICAL, PSYCHOSOCIAL, AND VOCATIONAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Provides an overview of disabilities with an emphasis on biological, psycho-social, and vocational aspects. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​CURRIC  506 — STRATEGIES FOR INCLUSIVE SCHOOLING

3 credits.

Comparison of historical and current practices in special education; legal, philosophical, and programmatic changes leading to inclusive models of education; emphasis on concepts of collaboration, cooperative learning structures, and curricular and instructional adaptations to accommodate learners with disabilities in general education classrooms. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 515 — ACCESS TO THE GENERAL CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Prepares special educators to develop curriculum for students with disabilities aligned with general education content. Identifying appropriate Individualized Education Plan goals, supplementary aids and services, and service coordination in inclusive school contexts will be emphasized. Activities will cover three main topics, which will be woven through our activities, class readings, and assignments throughout the semester. These topics are: (a) planning supports for inclusion and access throughout the school day; (b) developing meaningful grade- and standards-aligned Individualized Education Plans; and (c) teaching and adapting general curriculum content. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 560 — PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF CHRONIC ILLNESS AND DISABILITY

3 credits.

Provides a Bio-psycho-social approach to the dynamics of coping and adjustment to disability and chronic illness and investigates the effects of prevailing societal attitudes towards persons with disabilities and strategies for attitude change. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 630 — INTERNSHIP IN REHABILITATION OR SPECIAL EDUCATION

2-6 credits.

Practicum experience in state or community agencies or in public school programs serving individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, learning, social or behavioral problems. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 660 — SPECIAL TOPICS

1-6 credits.

An individualized approach in a variety of settings to learning problems encountered by those working with the atypical. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 690 — RESEARCH OR THESIS

1-3 credits.

Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 699 — INDEPENDENT READING

1-3 credits.

Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 700 — RESEARCH METHODS IN REHABILITATION, MENTAL HEALTH, & SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Research and program evaluation methods and understanding of published research in clinical rehabilitation counseling, mental health counseling, and special education settings. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 705 — DEVELOPMENT, LEARNING AND EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Key issues and trends in special education today are examined in detail. These issues and trends are discussed within the context of ecological models of human development. Gain knowledge about child and adolescent development within the contexts of families, peer groups, schools, and communities. Apply this knowledge to teaching and practice linking these to current concepts and issues in the field. Examines the role of education and educators in providing effective supports and services to promote student learning and well-being, considering the "whole child". Gain awareness, knowledge and skills to be critical thinkers, effective educators, and leaders in the field of education including special education. Although much of what is covered will have clear implications for intervention and practice, this is not a methods or techniques course with a "how to" focus. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 710 — MULTICULTURAL ISSUES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Designed to engage in an exploration and discussion of issues and trends in special education as relates to the diversity of populations, based on race/ethnicity, socioeconomic backgrounds, disability label, gender, language dominance, etc., receiving special education. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 715 — EQUITY AND FULL PARTICIPATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SIGNIFICANT DISABILITIES

3 credits.

Analysis of historical and contemporary trends and issues pertaining to persons with significant disabilities (i.e., significant intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder) across the lifespan. Topics include: an overview of the field of significant disabilities, historical trends, and current directions in curriculum design for students with significant disabilities, and valued outcomes for persons with significant disabilities. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​CURRIC/​ED POL/​ED PSYCH/​ELPA  719 — INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE RESEARCH

3 credits.

Provides an overview of qualitative inquiry, examining assumptions, standards, and methods for generating and communicating interpretations. Methodological and theoretical works illustrate case study, ethnography, narrative, and action research. Does not include a field method component. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 720 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION & MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING - ASSESSMENT

3 credits.

Psychometric theory and statistics and testing and assessment procedures in clinical rehabilitation and mental health counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 721 — ADDICTIONS COUNSELING

3 credits.

Provides an overview of the evidence-based practices and common practices for the treatment of addiction disorders. Emphasis is placed on training of the interventions used in the treatment of substance abuse and dependence. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 725 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - CAREER DEVELOPMENT & INTERVENTIONS

3 credits.

Career development and related interventions in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​PSYCH  729 — ADVANCED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

3 credits.

Intensive examination of theoretical conceptions in contemporary social psychology, including learning-theoretic, reinforcement, incentive, cognitive, and psychodynamic approaches, and research in selected topic areas reflecting these approaches, such as aggression, attitude formation and change, conformity, limitation and modeling, interpersonal attraction, perception of others, prosocial behavior, and social influence. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY  730 — PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING ORIENTATION

3 credits.

Provides a broad understanding of professional counselor roles and functions. Also provides a broad understanding of the ethical and legal standards for professional counselors. Gain familiarity with the ACA Code of Ethics, as well as with credentialing standards and organizations relevant to the practice of mental health counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 732 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - FOUNDATIONS

3 credits.

History, development, principles, and theories and models of clinical rehabilitation counseling and psychosocial theory and research relevant to disability. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 735 — LEGAL & ETHICAL BASES OF COUNSELING

3 credits.

Legal and ethical issues for counselors, with an emphasis on the American Counseling Association (ACA) and Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) ethics codes and Wisconsin statutes relevant to counseling practice and research. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​ED PSYCH  736 — SEMINAR IN PSYCHOLOGY OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

3 credits.

Seminar in the psychology of individual differences, providing broad and general coverage of theory and research related to individual and cultural differences. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​ED PSYCH  737 — SEMINAR IN HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY

3 credits.

Seminar in the history of psychology, providing broad and general coverage of the development of psychology as a scientific discipline. Includes coverage of philosophy of science and systems of psychological inquiry, with applications to current research in psychology. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 741 — COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS

3 credits.

Provides an opportunity to gain knowledge and skill for coding and analyzing qualitative data using NVivo, a qualitative analysis software package. Qualitative data includes audio, video, and visual artifacts and representations collected and created through interviews, document reviews, memos, and observation. Bring data and work through analytic exercises following an individualized path to assignment completion. Readings and discussions will focus on epistemic perspective and analysis. Enroll Info: RPSE 788 and RPSE 789 or consent of instructor

RP & SE 750 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - MEDICAL & PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS

3 credits.

Medical and psychosocial information regarding chronic illnesses and disabilities in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 777 — EDUCATING STUDENTS IN ALTERNATIVE SETTINGS

3 credits.

Examines influences on the provision of high quality educational services to students who are confined, committed or selectively placed in alternative settings. For the purpose of this course, alternative settings will be defined as juvenile correctional facilities, day treatment and residential schools, and other non-traditional special schools for students with emotional and behavioral needs. Theoretical and historical perspectives on the role of educators and academic instruction in alternative settings will also be explored. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​CURRIC/​ED POL/​ED PSYCH/​ELPA  788 — QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION: FIELD METHODS I

3 credits.

Introductory field methods experience in qualitative research. Learn to define good research questions, determine which methods of data collection and analysis are useful for addressing those questions, engage in these methods, reflect on their utility in education research. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​CURRIC/​ED POL/​ED PSYCH/​ELPA  789 — QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION: FIELD METHODS II

3 credits.

Focus on data analysis and translation of finds and implications. Gain theoretical and practical knowledge and skills regarding coding and analysis techniques, use of qualitative analytic tools, strategies for sharing findings with audiences beyond research team. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 810 — CINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - COUNSELING TECHNIQUES

3 credits.

Basic counseling skills and techniques in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 820 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - COUNSELING THEORIES

3 credits.

Theories of counseling and related interventions in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 830 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT PLANNING

3 credits.

Diagnostic assessment and planning of treatment, interventions and services in clinical rehabilitation counseling, including both clinical and career and work-related assessments and interventions, in addition to advocacy. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​ELPA  835 — LEADERSHIP FOR INCLUSIVE SCHOOLING

3 credits.

Examines historical and organizational context of special education administration at the federal, state and local levels. Includes policy implementation, constituency management, coordination, communication, and current issues. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 840 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - GROUP COUNSELING

3 credits.

Theory and technique in group counseling in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​ED POL/​ED PSYCH/​ELPA  842 — LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND PUPIL SERVICES

3 credits.

Legal requirements and issues relative to special education and pupil services programs; special education, juvenile justice, programs for English language learners, programs for children who are homeless; examination of applicable federal and state statutes and case law. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 860 — REHABILITATION COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY-CLINICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR

1 credit.

Concurrent seminar for clinical practice students in RP & SE 880, 890, and 900 or 910. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 870 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - ASSESSMENT THEORY & RESEARCH

3 credits.

Review of research and scholarly literature on theory, models, and methods of assessment; and research priorities, approaches, and methods to improving assessment practices in clinical rehabilitation counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 871 — FOUNDATIONS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION

3 credits.

Engage participants in a critical exploration of Special Education issues and trends as located in social, cultural, philosophical, and historical contexts. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 872 — SEMINAR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION RESEARCH

3 credits.

Equips the knowledge and skills necessary to be thoughtful critically consumers and producers of education and special education research. Designed to: (a) provide an overview of the variety of research methods and approaches typically used in special education and the utility of these methods and approaches in addressing educational problems and issues; (b) critically appraise published peer-reviewed research in special education; (c) develop the skills necessary to summarize, synthesize and expand upon research already conducted on topics of personal and professional relevance; and (d) communicate research ideas, findings, and implications for practice and future research to a variety of audiences in an effective and professional manner. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 873 — PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR FUTURE SPECIAL EDUCATION RESEARCHERS AND FACULTY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

1 credit.

Provides information and professional development on careers in academia. Designed for students to take multiple times to correspond to their developmental needs and professional development. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 880 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - SUPERVISED PRACTICUM I

3 credits.

Supervised experience in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice (beginning). Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 890 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - SUPERVISED PRACTICUM II

3 credits.

Supervised experience in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice (intermediate). Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 900 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - SUPERVISED PRACTICUM III

3 credits.

Supervised experience in clinical rehabilitation counseling practice (advanced). Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 903 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - PSYCHOSOCIAL THEORY & RESEARCH

3 credits.

Review of theory and research on psychosocial aspects of chronic illness and disability; and research priorities, approaches, and methods to improving understanding of psychosocial factors in clinical rehabilitation counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 910 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - INTERNSHIP

6-12 credits.

Full-time supervised experience in clinical rehabilitation counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 920 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - COUNSELING SUPERVISION

3 credits.

Supervised experience with concurrent instruction in the individual and group supervision of practicum students in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 921 — INTERNSHIP: ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

1-3 credits.

Field work in therapeutic intervention, organization and administration, and clinical needs assessment within various special education service delivery settings. Opportunity to relate relevant theoretical backgrounds to clinical organization and field problems. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY  925 — SEMINAR IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

3 credits.

History, ethical and professional issues and problems, and current status of the psychological specialty of counseling psychology. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 930 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - TEACHING

3 credits.

Supervised experience with concurrent instruction in teaching methods with graduate students in clinical rehabilitation counseling and undergraduates in rehabilitation psychology. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 940 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - SUPERVISED RESEARCH

1-3 credits.

Supervised experience in rehabilitation research and scholarship. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 941 — INTERNSHIP: RESEARCH

1-3 credits.

Supervised participation in conducting, evaluation, and reporting university level research. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​ED PSYCH  944 — INTERNSHIP PREPARATION

1 credit.

Prepare for internship by providing resources, guidelines, and support in selecting and applying to internship sites. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 945 — INTERNSHIP IN REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION I

3 credits.

Supervised experience in counseling and direct service, supervision, teaching, research, and advocacy and leadership. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 955 — INTERNSHIP IN REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION II

3 credits.

Supervised experience in counseling and direct service, supervision, teaching, research, and advocacy and leadership. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 980 — CLINICAL REHABILITATION COUNSELING - ADVANCED ASSESSMENT PRACTICE

3 credits.

Advanced assessment practices and interpretation of findings in clinical rehabilitation counseling, including the assessment of intelligence, neuropsychological functioning, and personality. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 983 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - LEADERSHIP & PROFESSIONAL ISSUES

3 credits.

Leadership theory and practice, history, basic philosophy, and professional issues in clinical rehabilitation counseling and rehabilitation counselor education. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 984 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - COUNSELING THEORY & RESEARCH

3 credits.

Review of research and scholarly literature on theory, models and methods of counseling and related interventions, research priorities, approaches, and methods to improve counseling practices in clinical rehabilitation counseling. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 985 — ADVANCED METHODOLOGIES IN DISABILITY & REHABILITATION RESEARCH

3 credits.

Advanced statistical methods, design, instrumentation, and procedures in research and program evaluation in disability and rehabilitation settings. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 988 — REHABILITATION COUNSELOR EDUCATION - DISSERTATION RESEARCH SEMINAR

1 credit.

Seminar taken in conjunction with RP & SE 990 to facilitate conceptualization, methodology, presentation, writing, and defense of the dissertation proposal and research. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 990 — RESEARCH OR THESIS

1-3 credits.

Enroll Info: None

RP & SE/​COUN PSY/​ED PSYCH/​PSYCH  995 — PREDOCTORAL INTERNSHIP

0 credits.

Registration for Ph.D. students who have successfully defended the dissertation and are in the process of completing the required predoctoral internship. Enroll Info: None

RP & SE 999 — INDEPENDENT READING

1-3 credits.

Enroll Info: Cons inst (PhD stdts)