The graduate program in Rehabilitation Counseling (formerly Vocational Rehabilitation) is a 48-credit program leading to a M.S. degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (MSRC). Two concentrations are available in the campus-based learning cohort to allow students to tailor their training to best fit their vocational interests and goals. The two concentrations are:

Students may also elect to take a 60-credit program that allows them to focus on an individualized area of emphasis by selecting 12 credits of additional coursework in a relevant emphasis area. Once admitted to the program, students interested in the 60-credit option meet with the program director to discuss potential emphasis areas and obtain pre-approval for additional coursework.