The graduate program at Coppin State University in Rehabilitation Counseling is committed to preparing a diverse population of students for employment in the counseling profession. The goals of this program are to increase the number of professional personnel available to enhance the quality of specialized counseling services to a wide and diverse group of consumer populations, and to maintain and upgrade basic skills of personnel employed as providers of Vocational Rehabilitation Services to individuals with disabilities or special needs.
The Institutional Role and Mission Statement and Program Objectives for Coppin State University represent Philosophical Statements regarding the purposes for which this program was established. Coppin's Rehabilitation Counseling faculty members are thoroughly committed to assuring that all students in the program are knowledgeable and sensitively aware of its mission. Key features of the Rehabilitation Counseling Program include:
Dr. Janet Spry