Dr. Brandi Levingston, Director - Programs in Rehabilitation
Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science with a major in rehabilitation studies often pursue careers where they serve individuals who have physical, mental and emotional disabilities and help them become productive and active citizens. This program provides extensive practical experience in community placements.
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in rehabilitation studies must meet the following requirements:
Minor of 18 hours, of which 6 must be advanced, may be selected with the approval of the academic advisor. Students are advised to give careful consideration to career goals when selecting their minor area of study. A minor is not required.
Electives may be required to satisfy the advanced hour requirement and/or the minimum total hours (120) required for the degree.
Demonstration of at least 200 hours of field work and a minimum major grade point average of 2.3 is required for graduation
Students interested in majoring in rehabilitation studies should make an appointment with the rehabilitation studies academic advisor.