Rehabilitation Services Education
Program Mission and Objectives
The primary objectives of the rehabilitation services program are:
- To prepare students to assume positions as rehabilitation service specialists in a variety of human service settings.
- To prepare students to enter graduate study in Rehabilitation Counseling and related professional service fields.
The Rehabilitation Services Education program offers students a comprehensive yet practical foundation of principles, strategies, and experiences to facilitate employability in the broad fields of rehabilitation and human services.
Rehabilitation Services graduates enter careers in diverse fields:
- Community Support Services
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling
- Mental Health
- Developmental Disabilities
- Student Services
- Residential Care
- Supported Employment
- Independent Living Services
- Services to the Elderly
- Child and Family Services
- Therapeutic Recreation
Students are eligible for the Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse certification upon completion of the appropriate electives.