M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology (Focus on Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling)
Start Date: July 2018
Length: 3 years, part-time
Location: Blended – 80% Online with Face-to-Face Clinical Training
Apply By: January 31, 2018
The UBC MEd in Counselling Psychology (Focus on Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling) offers an evidence-informed, state of the art, interactive, and engaging graduate program.
The program includes face-to-face orientation and one 3-week course on campus in July 2018, and another 3-week course in July 2019. Clinical training is also face-to-face and it can be provided at UBC associated sites for BC students and closer to home for students outside of BC. Most courses are online.
The Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling (VRC) program was founded with generous support from The Great-West Life Assurance Company and WorkSafe BC and is also endorsed by Healthcare Benefit Trust. Read more.
The VRC program is developing a collaborative relationship with the University of Calgary’s Community Rehabilitation Program. Graduates of the University of Calgary’s Community Rehabilitation Program are welcome to apply. Read more.
- How does this program compare to other Canadian programs (e.g., the University of Calgary’s CRDS program?
- What are typical salaries for VRC professionals?
- What do previous graduates of the VRC program have to say?
NOTE: Admission into the blended online face-to-face VRC program does not act as a back-door for admission to on-campus counselling programs.
- Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling – The Program: Dr. Izabela Schultz speaks about the master’s degree program.
- Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling – Applicants: Dr. Izabela Schultz shares about who should apply for this program and how you can strengthen your application.
- Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling – Job Opportunities: A talk on the job opportunities currently available for graduates of this program.
- MVRC Information Session: A recorded information session for this program