The program mission is to educate professional counselors to work with persons across the lifespan, including those with disabilities. As such, our program curriculum draws from foundational content in clinical mental health, clinical rehabilitation, and school counseling. Through leadership, advocacy, collaboration, use of data, and action, our graduates will be competent at identifying and overcoming barriers that impede equal access to educational, social, environmental, and career opportunities for all persons. Our graduates will be dedicated to promoting and facilitating the personal achievement, empowerment, and quality of life of all the populations we serve.
Students of the program will specialize in one of the following areas: