Are you looking for a career in which you can enhance the quality of life of a wide variety of people?
Would you like to earn a degree which prepares you for diverse and exciting career opportunities?
Are you interested in leveling the playing field and making life more equitable in our society?
Then consider a major in Rehabilitation and Human Services. This degree prepares students for careers that will enhance the independence and integration of persons with physical, learning, psychiatric, cognitive, and addiction disorders.
Graduates of the RHS program are in high demand and frequently enter careers in the following areas:
Rehabilitation Case Manager
Mental Health Case Manager
Vocational EvaluatorJob Developer
Sheltered Workshop Supervisor
Work Adjustment Supervisor
Developmental Disabilities Case Manager
College Disability Specialist
Vocational Placement Specialist
Supported Employment Specialist
Independent Living Specialist
Residential Care Coordinator
Employee Assistance Supervisor
This major provides course work which prepares rehabilitation and human service professionals to work with individuals with disabilities across the life span. A Minor in Rehabilitation and Human Services is also available.
With the growing number of people with disabilities actively participating in community life, the demand for well-trained rehabilitation professionals is high. The RHS major and minor are intended to help supply workers for a well-documented personnel shortage.
In addition to the core RHS curriculum, students pursuing the major will also be able to obtain a concentration in one of the following areas:
Students interested in learning more about this area of study are encouraged to contact Dr. Perry at 701.777.3757 or email@example.com.