Rehabilitation Science Program Performance Outcomes
I. Student Retention Rate:
a. Number of officially declared Rehabilitation Science Majors for the past four years:
2019-2020 215 (projected total)
(This data reflects students who declared the major at any point during their academic career (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior)).
b. Number of students who have graduated from the Program during the past four years:
2019 54 (projected)
II. Average Number of Semesters Needed to Complete the Program After Declaring the Major:
58 hours after completion of general education courses
Average completion time after completion of general education requirements is 2 years
*Does not Include general education requirements and minor course work.
III. Estimated Cost of Tuition and Fees:
For the 2019-2020 Academic Year:
Undergraduate in state: $232.00 per credit hour + fees
(vary depending on total number of enrolled hours)**
Undergraduate out of state: $464.00 per credit hour + fees (vary)
**Students who live in Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas are considered in-state for tuition purposes.
As in-state undergraduate student enrolled in 12 hours per semester (average course load) can expect to pay $2,784.00 in tuition and $975.00, resulting in a total cost of $3,759.00
IV. Available Financial Aid Sources for Students at the University:
Students are encouraged to meet with a financial aid advisor prior to signing up for courses.
Some Sources of Aid are:
Students may also qualify for the Lottery Scholarship, Academic Challenge Scholarship, and student loans.
V. Rehabilitation-Related Employment Rate of Graduates within the first 6 Months Following Graduation:
88% of the graduates from the previous three years are employed and/or attending graduate school.
VI. Graduate Program Information:
a. The number of graduates accepted into graduate school over the past three years:
2017 8 (as of 11/10/17)
This number reflects the number of students who have notified the RS program and been accepted into graduate school. There are no students known to have applied and not been accepted into graduate school.
b. Types of programs students have been accepted into:
Community Mental Health Counseling
Marriage and Family Therapy
VII. Types of Employment Settings Where Graduates Have Been Hired Over Previous Three Years:
Addiction Treatment Centers
Children and Family Service Settings
Services Agencies for Community Outreach
Resource Offices in Schools
Adult Probation and Parole
Juvenile Probation and Parole