Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science
The Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science program has a primary objective to develop personnel for careers with public and private agencies that provide rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities. The program prepares scholars to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation or to pursue additional educational training in graduate school.
The matrix below is a sample plan for all coursework required for this program.
|PSY 2063 Research Design for the Behavioral Sciences/SOC 2063 Research Design for the Behavioral Sciences||3|
|RS 3003 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability||3|
|RS 3133 Diversity and Inclusion in Human Service Settings||3|
|RS 4023 Case Management Strategies 4,5||3|
|Elective or Minor 2||3|
|PSY 3003 Abnormal Psychology or RS 3183 Mental Health Issues in Rehabilitation Settings||3|
|RS 3123 Ethics and Professional Development4||3|
|RS 4104 Service Learning in Rehabilitation Science 3,4||4|
|Elective or Minor 2||6|
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2A minor must be completed in one of the following areas: Addictions, Aging, Child Welfare and Social Services, Disability Studies, Recreation Services..
3Students who choose to complete a 12 hour internship (RS 4012 Internship in Rehabilitation Services) will do so either their last or next to last semester and will not take RS 4104 Service Learning in Rehabilitation Science or RS 4194 Field Placement Experiences. However, with Program Director permission, students taking the internship option may be allowed to take RS 4104 Service Learning in Rehabilitation Science as an additional course.
4A grade of C or better required for Rehabilitation Science Majors.
5RS 3204 Interviewing Skills MUST be taken prior to RS 4023 Case Management Strategies.
6Must be taken twice for credit to meet program requirements.