Quality and Program Evaluation

Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Performance Report
The following program performance and outcome statistics are provided to the
public and our stakeholders. This information is based on data gathered from
1. Student Retention Rate (% of students who enroll and graduate each year for
a 3-year period): Over the period of 2008 to 2012, 59 students enrolled in our
program. Of those 59 students, 48 students graduated (81% retention) and
11 students left the program (19%).
2. Average Program Completion time: 3.06 Years
3. Estimated Cost of Program Attendance: Approximately $8,300 annually/25K
for 3 year program (includes tuition and books)
4. Available Scholarships: Rehabilitation Services Administration Long Term
Training Grant (15K annually). Additional Scholarship opportunities are
available through the University and for those who are in both the MFT
program and the CRMH program.
5. Employment Rate of Graduates within 6 months of graduating: 83% of
graduates (from 2010 to 2014) obtained a job within six months of
6. Employment Settings Where Graduates Work: Of the 58 graduates from 2010
until 2014, 52% work in non-profit mental health/rehab/substance abuse
agencies including residential settings; 14% work in public Vocational
Rehabilitation settings (California Department of Rehabilitation); 12% work
in college settings (community college and 4-year Universities); 3% work in
city/state agencies (e.g., regional centers, health and human services); 2%
work in hospitals and 2% are in private practice.
7. Eligibility for Licensure by Program Graduates: Graduates are eligible for
California Licenses for Professional Clinical Counselors by completing the 60
unit CRMH curriculum plus a 3 unit course in psychopharmacology and a 3
unit course in crisis intervention.
8. Passing Rates of Final Culminating Experience Paper: Since 2012, of the 36
students who attempted their Culminating Experience Paper, 97% (35)
completed the requirements; 88% completed the project within one
semester; 8% completed the project within two semesters, and 2% did not
complete the project.