Welcome to the Department of Rehabilitation Services
Rehabilitation services professionals assists persons with physical, sensory, developmental, cognitive, mental, and addiction-based disabilities in achieving personal, career, and independent living goals. Rehabilitation services professionals are knowledgeable and perform effectively and ethically as multidisciplinary team members in planning, coordinating, and advocating for consumer services. They demonstrate empathy as they assist persons with disabilities in navigating through the complexities of the rehabilitation process. Rehabilitation services professionals work in varied settings in which they actively promote empowerment, inclusion, and life satisfaction for consumers. Often rehabilitation services professionals serve as case managers, service coordinators, or job development/placement specialists who work closely with representatives from education, business, and industry who can provide necessary training, work adjustment, and job opportunities for persons with disabilities.
When students complete the undergraduate rehabilitation services program, graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in diverse human services settings:
• state/federal vocational rehabilitation programs
• community rehabilitation centers
• community support/resource centers
• geriatric centers
• independent living centers
• community mental health centers
• programs serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
• correctional facilities
• addiction/recovery centers
For a list of jobs for your rehabilitation services degree, click here
Graduation Requirements, Tuition, & Fees
The requirements for graduation are published and available for viewing in the student Undergraduate Catalog. Tuition and fees are subject to change. Please refer to Cost & Aid on the main page.