The B.S. in Rehabilitation Science General requires coursework from several disciplines. Core course content includes, professional, developmental, health, ethical, psychosocial and behavioral issues related to aging, wellness, illness and disability.
A degree in Rehabilitation Science General requires a minimum of 120 credit hours. This includes completion of the general education requirements, the major related courses, and electives to complete a total of at least 120 credit hours for the bachelor’s degree.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Science is designed to prepare students for graduate study in physical therapy, occupational therapy or sports medicine (athletic training). This degree combines core courses with a major curriculum specifically designed to meet the needs of students entering either the fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy or sports medicine.