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.
Rehabilitation Studies & Services B.S.E.
Format: In Person
Location: Tucson (Main Campus)
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
- Alcohol/Drug Treatment
Talk With A College Of Education Advisor
Visit academic advising or call 520-621-7865 to determine your advisor.