Bachelor's Degrees

Disability & Psychoeducational Studies

Rehabilitation Studies & Services B.S.E.

Are you passionate about access and inclusion for everyone? Would you like to assist people with achieving their personal, social, career, and independent living goals? Are you interested in being a change agent to reduce marginalization and disconnection through removal of systemic and structural barriers in our communities? The vibrant profession of rehabilitation might be right for you. The Rehabilitation Studies & Services B.S.E. program, which requires 48 credit hours, prepares students with a comprehensive knowledge of the rehabilitation process and the service delivery skills needed to effectively assist individuals. Hear from a recent graduate of the program by watching this interview from our Wildcat EdChat series.

Format: In Person
Location: Tucson (Main Campus)

Empower individuals with disabilities to achieve their goals and exercise control over their own lives
Gain practice in interviewing, case management, and supervised casework
Graduate prepared to become a human service worker with knowledge of rehabilitation practices

Sample Courses

Take courses from top scholars in a variety of subjects, including:

  • SERP 416: Disability Perspectives and Narratives
  • SERP 460: Advocacy for Social Justice in Human Services
  • SERP 465: Introduction to Rehabilitation
  • SERP 481: Interviewing and Case Management


This major prepares you for entry-level positions in a variety of health- and human-services fields in areas such as:

  • Independent Living
  • Case Management
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Corrections
  • Alcohol/Drug Treatment

Degree Requirements

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