This master’s program provides graduates with dual opportunities. The clinical mental health component prepares graduates for their professional counselor licensure examination in their state. The clinical rehabilitation component prepares students to take the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) examination, a national designation, while they are in the last 25% of this program.
The program is dually accredited by CACREP (Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) in both Clinical Mental Health and Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling AND is the only program in Georgia with this dual designation through CACREP.
This 60-hour program is offered fully online, has a clinical focus, with an 1:8 faculty-to-student ratio. Students attain a variety of professional experiences through 1000 clinical hours of fieldwork in their local geographic location. Students are admitted in Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
A specialization in Alcohol and Addictions Counseling can be attained by completing an additional 12 graduate level credit hours.
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Clinical Curriculum: 60 Credit Hours
The Alcohol and Addictions specialization is available to students pursing the master's program in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Mental Health Counseling and is in addition to the required coursework.
Alcohol and Addictions Specialization 12 Credits
TOTAL CREDITS 72CIP Code 51.1504
For those who hold a graduate degree in counseling, but graduated with less than 60 credit hours and are excluded from licensure eligibility as a LPC or LMHC in their state, TU's Bridge program is an excellent opportunity to take additional counseling coursework to meet the 60 graduate credit hour requirements.
Additionally, licensure applicants can meet additional licensure requirements by taking courses such as Psychopathology & Diagnosis, Human Growth & Development, Psychopharmacology, Crisis & Trauma Counseling, Substance Abuse Counseling Methods, and Human Sexuality as post-graduate studies.
This program also benefits college graduates who wish to gain Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling certification.
Courses are offered online in an asynchronous format that affords working professionals the opportunity to complete these courses while maintaining their busy lifestyles.
$3500 (no fees) if 3 courses are needed
$4600 (no fees) if 4 courses are needed
*Financial Aid is not available for the Bridge program. Payment options are available.
CIP Code 42.2803
|Exam Date||Graduates Sitting||Students Sitting||Graduates Passing||Students Passing||Graduate Passing Rate||Student Passing Rate|
|10/14/2017 - 7/21/2018||9||7||5||3||56%||44%|
|10/15/16 - 7/22/17||6||13||1||6||17%||46%|
|10/10/15 - 7/16/16||18||10||4||5||22%||50%|
|10/11/14 - 7/18/15||15||8||4||5||27%||63%|
|10/12/13 - 7/19/14||10||11||5||3||50%||27%|
|10/21/12 - 7/20/13||5||11||2||5||40%||45%|
|National pass rate||51%||51%|