Course Description –
This Comprehensive Review course will explore issues, topics, literature and standards in the Rehabilitation Counseling & Case Management discipline. The course will focus on topics from current research and literature and will require students to demonstrate practical application of the information gained in the course orally and in writing. This course is an elective and can only be taken by permission of the professor of the course and the student’s advisor. The course will be graded as S or U.
- Graduate Status; Permission of Advisor.
Required Course Resources –
Title: Weed: CRC EXAM GUIDE TO SUCCESS
Edition: 9th edition
Publisher: ELLIOTT & FITZPATRICK
Phone: (800) 843-4977
Learning Outcomes –
Students will demonstrate the ability to:
- Explain the purpose of the Comprehensive Examination and the general steps needed to tale the examination.
- Describe the physiological structures of major medical conditions that can lead to disabilities.
- Explain how major medical conditions that can lead to disabilities affect and limit function.
- Apply knowledge about major medical conditions that can lead to disabilities to vocational implications associated with related disabilities.
- Describe the various laws that constitute the legal foundation of the field of Rehabilitation Counseling.
- Delineate the ethical principles underlying professional practice.
- Apply ethical principles to ethical decision making.