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  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling
    pay 372 per unit plus standard student fees of 588 per semester Financial assistance and scholarships are available through the Financial Aid Office Contact the FA office at www csus edu faid The VRC Program previously had scholarship support for students through a grant from the Rehabilitation Services Administration 2013 2013 but due to federal budget cuts was unable to apply this year We will be applying for a grant again in the future The program has an employment rate of 90 for graduates within the first six months of graduation Our students go to work for such entities as the California Department of Rehabilitation Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment division of the Department of Veterans Affairs community college Disabled Students and Programs private non profit agencies and other community rehabilitation programs Graduates of the VRC program are eligible to become Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors in the state of California Approximately 11 15 units of course work above the current 60 unit program is required in order to become an LPCC LPCC information can be found through the California Board of Behavioral Sciences at www bbs ca gov lpcc program We encourage our students and graduates to become Certified Rehabilitation Counselors Since the VRC program is accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education students can sit for the CRC exam when they have 75 of their academic program complete Additional information on becoming a CRC can be found at http www crccertification com The culminating experience for the VRC Program is a Master s Project or Thesis Most students choose the Project option Students must pass their culminating experience in order to graduate from the Program Support for students with disabilities who enter the VRC Program is available through the Service to Students with Disabilities office on campus The VRC program

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/programs/overview-voc-rehab.html (2016-02-12)
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  • EDS: PPS Credential - School Counseling
    This program meets the requirements for the K 12 California Pupil Personnel Services PPS Credential School Counselor specialization Students in this program are prepared to function as key members of an educational team seeking to optimize children s academic socio emotional and career development Students obtain the expertise necessary to lead the educational team in working collaboratively with a broad range of education and human service professionals paraprofessionals and community representatives to identify develop implement and evaluate programs that provide key services to both the individual child as well as the systems and subsystems in which the child interacts The School Counseling Specialization is also designed to provide students with all the educational competencies required by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences BBS for licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor LPCC Career Options Students who graduate from the M S in Counseling with a Specialization in School Counseling have a variety of career options First graduates are eligible to receive the Pupil Personnel Services PPS Credential for School Counseling awarded by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC The PPS Credential allows individuals to work in k 12 public school settings as a school counselor School counselors provide personal social academic and career counseling to children and adolescents as well as consult with teachers and parents guardians School counselors provide individual small group and large group counseling services to students classroom guidance instruction trainings and consultations for teachers and staff and consultation services for parents guardians Graduates of this program are also eligible to become Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors LPCC after earning 3 000 post degree hours of supervised counseling experience LPCCs are able to provide counseling services in community agencies non profit organizations hospitals and private practices Students who graduate from this program are also prepared to

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/degrees/credential-pps-school-counseling.html (2016-02-12)
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  • EDC: Master of Science in Counseling Education - Career
    theory and skills to work as effective counselors career development specialists and consultants in a variety of settings community based agencies schools K 12 colleges and universities private practice business industry and government Students are trained to facilitate a holistic career development career decision making planning process with groups and individuals that integrates personal social and career needs Students develop the skills to address current issues such as career self

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/degrees/master-science-career-counseling.html (2016-02-12)
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  • EDC: Master of Science in Counseling Education - Marriage and Family Therapy
    Child Development Counselor Education Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Multicultural Education Special Education School Psychology Teacher Education Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling Follow Us Master of Science in Counseling Education Marriage and Family Therapy Description The Marriage Family and Child Counseling Specialization is designed to provide students with all the educational competencies required by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences BBS for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist MFT The program trains professionals to work in a variety of settings including community agencies county and state agencies hospitals and private practice and prepares students to provide consulting to businesses and agencies Emphasis is placed on developmental and preventative concerns especially those of children Career Options The program trains individuals to work in a variety of settings including community agencies county and state agencies hospitals private practice and to provide consulting to businesses and agencies Emphasis is placed on developmental and preventative concerns especially those of children Requirements Units required for Degree 60 Refer to the catalog for detailed admission and academic requirements Course Listing Review the courses required to complete the degree Additional Information Document Title File Type EDC Marriage and Family Therapy Advising Night Presentation April 2014 Questions Susan

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/degrees/master-science-counseling-marriage-and-family-therapy.html (2016-02-12)
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  • EDC: Master of Science in Counseling Education: School Counseling with Embedded Pupil Personnel Services Credential
    Credential School Counselor specialization Students in this program are prepared to function as key members of an educational team seeking to optimize children s academic socio emotional and career development Students obtain the expertise necessary to lead the educational team in working collaboratively with a broad range of education and human service professionals paraprofessionals and community representatives to identify develop implement and evaluate programs that provide key services to both the individual child as well as the systems and subsystems in which the child interacts The School Counseling Specialization is also designed to provide students with all the educational competencies required by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences BBS for licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor LPCC Career Options Students who graduate from the M S in Counseling with a Specialization in School Counseling have a variety of career options First graduates are eligible to receive the Pupil Personnel Services PPS Credential for School Counseling awarded by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing CCTC CCTC The PPS Credential allows individuals to work in k 12 public school settings as a school counselor School counselors provide personal social academic and career counseling to children and adolescents as well as consult with teachers and parents guardians School counselors provide individual small group and large group counseling services to students classroom guidance instruction trainings and consultations for teachers and staff and consultation services for parents guardians Graduates of this program are also eligible to become Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors LPCC after earning 3 000 post degree hours of supervised counseling experience LPCCs are able to provide counseling services in community agencies non profit organizations hospitals and private practices Students who graduate from this program are also prepared to work in community college and university academic advising centers Requirements Units required for

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/degrees/master-science-pps-school-counseling.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs: CACREP
    of CACREP is to provide leadership and to promote excellence in professional preparation through the accreditation of counseling and related educational programs As an accrediting body CACREP is committed to the development of standards and procedures that reflect the needs of a dynamic diverse and complex society CACREP is dedicated to encouraging and promoting the continuing development and improvement of preparation programs and preparing counseling and related professionals to provide services consistent with the ideal of optimal human development CACREP maintains collaborative relationships with other groups that focus on accreditation licensing certification and the professional development of counselors and related practitioners The mission of CACREP is to promote the professional competence of counseling and related practitioners through the development of preparation standards the encouragement of excellence in program development and the accreditation of professional preparation programs As a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation CHEA CACREP grants accredited status to graduate level programs in the professional counseling field The CACREP scope of accreditation includes the following program areas Addiction Counseling Career Counseling Clinical Mental Health Counseling Marriage Couple and Family Counseling School Counseling Student Affairs and College Counseling Counselor Education and Supervision College Programs Reviewed

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/accreditation/cacrep/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Contact Us
    one stop office for student services Start here with questions about our programs admissions advising or any general inquiries We are glad to help Eureka Hall 401 916 278 6639 Academics Undergraduate Studies Eureka Hall 401 916 278 6639 coe ugrad csus edu Teaching Credentials Eureka Hall 401 916 278 6639 coe cred csus edu Graduate and Professional Studies Eureka Hall 401 916 278 6639 coe grad csus edu Doctorate

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/about/contact.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Sumbit or Update Student Profile
    Webpages About Academics Admissions Athletics Make A Gift Quick Links Calendars Campus Map Catalog College Portrait Colleges Depts Computing Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink College of Education College of Education Home Fill out my online form College of Education 6000 J Street Eureka Hall Sacramento CA 95819 6079 916 278 6639 More Info Contact Us Directions Employment Request Information Website Feedback Apply Financing College How to Apply Overview

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/forms/electronic/feedback-website.html (2016-02-12)
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