Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation and Human Services

Required 120 credits which must include the following:

I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).

II. College of Education and Human Development requirements (see EHD listing).

III. Core Curriculum (36 credits):

COUN 250Dialogue on U.S. Diversity3
RHS 200Helping Skills in Community Services3
RHS 250Contemporary Issues in Rehabilitation3
RHS 260Inclusion in Recreation Settings3
RHS 350Overview of Disabilities3
RHS 375Community Living Topics3
RHS 450Vocational Assessment and Job Acquisition3
RHS 455Rehabilitation Process3
RHS 493Senior Capstone Seminar3
RHS 497Internship in Rehabilitation12
Any Research Methods Class, e.g.:3-4
Research Methods in Kinesiology Public Health Education
Sociological Research Methods
Research Methods in Psychology
Any Statistics Course, e.g.:3-4
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Sociological Statistics
Introduction to Statistics
Safety Courses3
KIN 110First Aid and CPR1
KIN 309Water Safety Instruction2
Total Credits51-53

IV. Extra Departmental Requirements (13 credits):

PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
PSYC 250Developmental Psychology4
PSYC 270Abnormal Psychology3
PSYC 360Introduction to Personality3
SOC 361Social Psychology (PSYC 361 also acceptable)3
Total Credits16

V. Additional requirement for Rehabilitation and Human Services Includes:

          1. A minor in Chemical Dependency*, Gerontology, Special Education, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Nonprofit Leadership, or other approved minor related to Rehabilitation and Human Services.

*Students seeking licensure in Addiction Counseling (e.g. LAC/LADC) should consult with advisor for appropriate coursework towards licensure.  


        2. Pre-Professional Program in Pre-Med, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Occupational Therapy, or other approved Pre-Allied Health Science Fields.