The Bachelor of Arts in Rehabilitation Science is housed within the College of Education & Health and is one of two undergraduate rehabilitation programs in the state of Arkansas. The Rehabilitation Science (RS) major is an interdisciplinary program designed to fully prepare ethical, culturally sensitive, inclusive, and socially just professionals to enter the workforce and graduate-level education programs.
Specializing in working alongside persons living with a myriad of possible disabilities and chronic illnesses, this major will equip students to take learned applicable theories and apply them within real-time experiential learning opportunities. Graduates of this program will effectively serve the needs of the community, individuals with disabilities, and populations within allie health/human service fields.
Students enrolled in the program can choose minors in aging, addictions, child welfare and social services and disability studies. The Program also prepares students for graduate school in counseling psychology, rehabilitation counseling, physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work, allied health professions, and other fields.
Students living in states bordering Arkansas receive in-state tuition.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. The Arkansas Tech University school code to use on the FAFSA is 001089.
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This program is the first brick and mortar undergraduate rehabilitation science program to be accredited by the Commission on Allied Health and Education Programs. (2021-2028)