Course Descriptions



Registry Status-Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)



The creation of conditions that will allow ALL individuals equal access to goods and services, including access to highly trained personnel.  






Preparation for Graduate School

  • Rehabilitation Counseling, Community Agency Counseling, Social Work, Gerontology
  • Counseling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Corrections, Disability Law
  • Upon completion of the degree and additional courses, students can also apply for graduate training in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and other allied health fields. 



  • Addictions Treatment Centers, Senior Citizen Facilities, Juvenile and Adult Probation
  • Division of Children and Family Services, Department of Human Services
  • Community Based Treatment Facilities, Rehabilitation Treatment Facilities (Children and Adults)

Child Welfare Partnership

The Rehabilitation Science program is part of a nine university Child Welfare Partnership that works with the Division of Children and Family Services to prepare students for employment as family services workers. For more information on the Child Welfare Partnership. click here.