Master of Rehabilitation Counselling

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

Rehabilitation Counselling

Master of Rehabilitation Counselling

Credit points for award: 96, including:
(a) 84 credit points of core units; and
(b) 12 credit points of elective units listed below.
On and off-campus: full-time, 4 semesters; part-time, 8 semesters

Full-time mode

Year 1

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5911
Rehabilitation Counselling I
6    N REHB5043 or REHB5076
Semester 1
REHB5912
Rehabilitation Resource Management
6    N REHB5051 or REHB5049 or REHB5072
Semester 1
REHB5913
Assessment, Evaluation and Planning
6    N REHB5073
Semester 1
REHB5914
Applied Vocational Rehabilitation
6    N REHB5044 or REHB5070
Semester 1
Semester 2 - Core
REHB5921
Rehabilitation Counselling II
6    A Fundamental principles of counselling.
P REHB5911
Semester 2
REHB5922
Disability Management
6    A Fundamental principles of work-related injury and vocational rehabilitation
Semester 2
REHB5923
BioPsychoSocial Aspects of Disability
6    P REHB5911
N REHB5061
Semester 2
REHB5924
Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation
6    A University of Sydney Code of Conduct
P REHB5911
N REHB5046 or REHB5071
Semester 2

Year 2

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5082
Professional Practice 1
6    P (REHB5070 or REHB5914) and (REHB5071 or REHB5924) and (REHB5076 or REHB5911) and (REHB5061 or REHB5923) and (REHB5072 or REHB5912) and (REHB5073 or REHB5913) and ((REHB5060 and REHB5075) or (REHB5911 and REHB5922))
N REHB5074

Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions:Intensive November
Students must submit and pass a criminal record check, and demonstrate assumed knowledge requirements prior to placement
Intensive January
Intensive May
Intensive November
REHB5931
Disability, Public Policy, and Change
6    P REHB5911
N REHB5079
Semester 1
REHB5933
Research and Evidence in Practice
6    A Basic statistics, graduate level proficiency in writing (English)
P REHB5911 and REHB5913
Semester 1
Master of Rehabilitation Counselling elective [6] (see list below and note)
Semester 2 - Core
REHB5083
Professional Practice 2
6    P REHB5082

Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions:Intensive January, Intensive July, Intensive May
Students must submit and pass a criminal record check, and demonstrate assumed knowledge requirements prior to placement
Intensive January
Intensive July
Intensive May
Intensive November
Intensive October
REHB5941
Inclusive Community Development
6    A International Classification of Function
P REHB5911
Semester 2
REHB5943
Rehab Counselling Capstone
6    P REHB5933
N REHB5081
Semester 2
Master of Rehabilitation Counselling elective [6] (see list below and note)

Part-time mode

Year 1

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5911
Rehabilitation Counselling I
6    N REHB5043 or REHB5076
Semester 1
REHB5912
Rehabilitation Resource Management
6    N REHB5051 or REHB5049 or REHB5072
Semester 1
Semester 2 - Core
REHB5921
Rehabilitation Counselling II
6    A Fundamental principles of counselling.
P REHB5911
Semester 2
REHB5923
BioPsychoSocial Aspects of Disability
6    P REHB5911
N REHB5061
Semester 2

Year 2

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5913
Assessment, Evaluation and Planning
6    N REHB5073
Semester 1
REHB5914
Applied Vocational Rehabilitation
6    N REHB5044 or REHB5070
Semester 1
Semester 2 - Core
REHB5922
Disability Management
6    A Fundamental principles of work-related injury and vocational rehabilitation
Semester 2
REHB5924
Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation
6    A University of Sydney Code of Conduct
P REHB5911
N REHB5046 or REHB5071
Semester 2

Year 3

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5931
Disability, Public Policy, and Change
6    P REHB5911
N REHB5079
Semester 1
Master of Rehabilitation Counselling elective [6] (see list below and note)
Semester 2 - Core
REHB5941
Inclusive Community Development
6    A International Classification of Function
P REHB5911
Semester 2
Master of Rehabilitation Counselling elective [6] (see list below and note)

Year 4

Semester 1 - Core
REHB5082
Professional Practice 1
6    P (REHB5070 or REHB5914) and (REHB5071 or REHB5924) and (REHB5076 or REHB5911) and (REHB5061 or REHB5923) and (REHB5072 or REHB5912) and (REHB5073 or REHB5913) and ((REHB5060 and REHB5075) or (REHB5911 and REHB5922))
N REHB5074

Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions:Intensive November
Students must submit and pass a criminal record check, and demonstrate assumed knowledge requirements prior to placement
Intensive January
Intensive May
Intensive November
REHB5933
Research and Evidence in Practice
6    A Basic statistics, graduate level proficiency in writing (English)
P REHB5911 and REHB5913
Semester 1
Semester 2
REHB5083
Professional Practice 2
6    P REHB5082

Note: Department permission required for enrolment in the following sessions:Intensive January, Intensive July, Intensive May
Students must submit and pass a criminal record check, and demonstrate assumed knowledge requirements prior to placement
Intensive January
Intensive July
Intensive May
Intensive November
Intensive October
REHB5943
Rehab Counselling Capstone
6    P REHB5933
N REHB5081
Semester 2

Master of Rehabilitation Counselling electives

Semester 1
REHB5069
Rehabilitation of Alcohol and Drug Misuse
6    N REHB5014 or REHB3064
Semester 1
REHB5954
Mental Health and Recovery
6    A REHB5911 Rehabilitation Counselling I
N REHB5077 or REHB5042 or HSBH3015
Semester 1
Semester 2
REHB5063
Rehabilitation of PTSD
6    N REHB5034 or REHB3065
Semester 2
REHB5068
Public Offenders: Aspects of Rehab
6    N REHB5016 or REHB3062
Semester 2
REHB5084
Work and Developmental Disability

This unit of study is not available in 2020

6      Semester 2
Note
Availability of electives may vary from year to year. With the approval of the Course Director electives, including FHS Abroad, may be selected from those available in the Faculty Electives chapter of the handbook.