The undergraduate Rehabilitative Services program prepares students to work in a broad range of rehabilitation settings with students through adults with various areas and degrees of exceptionalities.
These settings may include:
Although students may obtain employment in such settings upon completion of their degree, many students elect to pursue graduate study in fields such as:
- Day service or employment settings
- Supported living
- Residential settings and;
- Rehabilitation facilities.
The Rehabilitative Services program provides an excellent foundation for graduate study in these areas. The Rehabilitative Services program is part of the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation. Rehabilitative Services core requirements are SPRE 100, 200, 201, 214, 300, 301, 315, 486 and 487; SPED 105, 311; PSY 100, 222; HLTH 240, 432. Plus 18 adviser-approved electives. A minimum overall QPA of 2.5 is required for admission into and graduation from the program. Falling below a QPA of 2.5 will result in a Departmental Probationary Status for one semester, and may mean dismissal from Rehabilitative Services Studies if the QPA is not brought up to 2.5 at the end of the probationary semester.
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy and;
- Vocational rehabilitation counseling