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The course offerings at Clarion University of PA go through an extensive review process by the Committee on Courses and Programs of Study (CCPS).  This course offerings list is a comprehensive list of courses that could be offered; it does not mean they are currently being offered.

For a complete list of courses offered on the current or upcoming schedules, see the Registrar's page Schedule of Classes.

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Course Id (currently sorted in Ascending order) Course TitleCourse Description
REHB 430
Aging & The Human Services
This course will provide information related to older adult care management from the framework of human services systems. Concepts of client triage, assessment, planning, and brokering will be reviewed within the context of identifying problems asso,ciated with aging, identifying components of human services delivery systems, and case management skill development. Prerequisite: REHB 250.|
REHB 440
Prin of Psychiatric Rehb & Rec
This course introduces students to the principles of psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery. Inherent in this philosophy is the belief that every individual has the capacity for recovery and that desirable treatment systems build upon strengths and, encourage and support the involvement of persons in normative community living, learning and working situations. Prerequisite: REHB 126 and REHB 250.|
REHB 460
Models Of Hum Ser System
Analyzes the purposes, structure, and context of the entire network of human services delivery models in Pennsylvania with comparative reference to selected models outside of Pennsylvania. Prerequisite: REHB 227 and SPED 230. Fall, annually.|
REHB 465
Assessment
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REHB 470
Interven Strat Hum Serv & Rehb
This course features a practical hands-on approach to intervention and treatment with a variety of specific populations. Target groups include people with developmental disabilities, mental health and chemical dependency disorders, as well as the tre,atment of aging and adolescent populations. The course covers fundamental issues, knowledge and the practical application of applied strategies and techniques, including the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of therapeutic treatment plans.,Prerequisite: REHB 126, 250 and 370.|
REHB 475
Admin Rehb Deliv Systems
A study of the business and personnel aspects of functioning in and managing human service delivery systems. Examines organizing, operating, and managing human service systems relative to legal, economic, and personnel standards and practices. Prepar,es students to interact with legal, financial, and business experts in the operation and development of rehabilitation services. Prerequisite: REHB 460. Spring, annually.|
REHB 495
Fld Exp In Rehab Sci
A full-time, semester-long supervised experience that includes professional development experiences in community residential programs, vocational rehabilitation services, and MH/MR Base Service Units or similar social services. Prerequisites: REHB 46,0, 470, and 475. Each semester.|
REHB 496
Seminar For Rehb 495
This course will enable students involved in the REHB 495 Field Experience to have bi-weekly peer contact to assure that the qualitative experience involving knowledge and values are being appropriately integrated by the students. This type of semin,ar course is required by the Council for Standards in Human Service Education for students involved in fieldwork involving direct exposure to human service agencies and clients. It is designed to complement and enhance the supervised field experienc,e. Prerequisite: REHB 460, 475, 470.|
REHB 510
Group Processes In Rehab
Participants engage in the study of group development, dynamics, theory, leadership styles, participant roles, techniques, and evaluation of effectiveness as applied to rehabilitative services contexts.|
REHB 519
Stat Appl for Behavioral Sci
This course provides the statistical background necessary for research design and evaluation. Topics covered include scaling of data, descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. Students will become familiar with statistical tec,hniques including correlations, chi-square, t-tests, analysis of variance, and simple regression. Students learn to compute statistics by hand and with the use of statistical software and web-applications.|
REHB 520
Research In Rehab Sciences
This course provides the essential knowledge and skills required to be both critical consumers and producers or research in rehabilitative sciences. Students are introduced to all phases of quantitative and qualitative research design, analysis, and, evaluation. Applicable ethical standards of practice as specified by the Council on Rehabilitation Education are emphasized throughout.|
REHB 530
Aging & The Human Services
This course will provide information related to older adult care management from the framework of human services systems. Concepts of client triage, assessment, planning, and brokering will be reviewed within the context of identifying problems asso,ciated with aging, identifying components of human services delivery systems, and case management skill development. Prerequisite: REHB 250.|
REHB 531
Impact Of Disabling Conditions
The impact of developmental disabilities as reflected in the function of individuals will be described. The course covers prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal concerns, as well as various physical disabilities, disabilities of aging, and interventions,. Prerequisite: Enrollment in Graduate Program|
REHB 537
Lifestyle & Career Devel
Participants engage in the analysis of economic, social, and psychological factors which define the context of educational, vocational, and personal decision-making; decision-making related to vocational development; the role of information in facili,tating decision-making; and the varieties of information, resources, and types of access available.|
REHB 538
Crisis Intervention In Rehb
This course provides professionals with information and skills to effectively assess and intervene in crisis situations involving clients, families, organizations and communities. Biannually|
REHB 540
Prin of Psychiatric Rehb & Rec
This course introduces students to the principles of psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery. Inherent in this philosophy is the belief that every individual has the capacity for recovery and that desirable treatment systems build upon strengths and, encourage and support the involvement of persons in normative community living, learning and working situations. Prerequisite: REHB 126 and REHB 250.|
REHB 545
Rehabilitation-Phil & Prin
Participants engage in the analysis of the values, assumptions, and the principles underlying theories of rehabilitation and their relation to the goals and objectives of rehabilitation programs.|
REHB 550
Issues In Rural Human Services
This course explores the field of human services delivery and behavioral health care issues in rural environments including mental health care, gerontology, substance abuse, education, vocational rehabilitation, disability, poverty, and the criminal,justice system. The course encompasses the various definitions of rural, diversity of rural communities, the common challenges faced and the professional skills needed by rural practitioners.|
REHB 560
Models Of Human Serv
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REHB 565
Sem In Rehb Serv Del Sys
Participants explore the continuum of human service delivery systems, with special focus on aging, mental retardation, and substance abuse. History and student professional experiences are considered in addition to current information and trends to i,dentify problems and opportunities for making systems more responsive to consumer needs.|
REHB 567
Sem Adv App Beh Analysis
This seminar examines contemporary theory, research, and practice in applied behavior analysis with particular emphasis given to applications in the fields of special education and rehabilitative sciences.|
REHB 570
Assess & Interven Stratg
Features a practical hands-on approach to assessment and intervention with a variety of specific populations. Target groups include people with mental retardation, mental disorders, and chemical dependency, as well as aging and adolescent populations,. Covers fundamental issues, applied strategies, and assessment techniques leading to the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of therapeutic treatment plans. Prerequisite: REHB 460.|
REHB 575
Admin Rehb Deliv Systems
Participants engage in the study of the business and personnel aspects of functioning in and managing human service delivery systems, including organization, operations, and management relative to legal, economic, and personnel standards and practice,.|
REHB 580
Interv Strat In Rehab Sc
Participants review and practice a variety of common clinical intervention techniques used by professionals in mental retardation, gerontological, and substance abuse treatment. These include creative and expressive techniques (e.g., art, music, dram,a, recreation, horticulture), behavioral interventions (e.g., relaxation, systematic desensitization, contracts), and didactic group and individual work.|
REHB 581
Rehab Pers Living w/ Hiv/Aids
The course provides an overview of rehabilitation issues involved in working with people living with HIV/AIDS. Topics will include an overview of the medical aspects of the virus. Special emphasis will be placed on issues of rehabilitation, includi,ng mental health, substance abuse, support networks, social relationships, and employment.|
REHB 585
Spec Topics In Rehab Science
Study of topical material reflecting new ideas, knowledge, or methods relevant to Rehabilitative Sciences. Course content will vary from semester to semester. Topics will be announced in advance.|
REHB 586
Dual Diagnosis
The course provides an overview of clinical issues involved in working with clients who suffer from co-morbid substance use and major psychiatric disorders. Topics include assessment, counseling, prevalence, health care policy, and social stigma.|
REHB 590
Special Projects
Participants engage in either scholarly or applied research related to rehabilitative sciences under the supervision of a faculty member. By permission only.|
REHB 595
Clin Field Ed in Reh & Hum Ser
This elective course is a semester-long supervised practicum field experience in community based (re)habilitation programs. It includes professional development experiences in community residential programs, substance abuse prevention and treatment p,rograms, case management agencies, vocational rehabilitation services. court supervision programs, dual diagnosis programs, MH/MR base service units, or similar social service programs. Students can register for a maximum 12 total credits of REHB 595,, depending upon their need and career goals.|
REHB 600
Thesis
This elective course requires each student to develop a thesis related to rehabilitative sciences. Must be taken for two semesters of three credits each. Prerequisite: ED 520.|