Rehabilitation Sciences involves the study of human movement for the improvement in physical function and promotion of health and well-being. Coursework will reflect an emphasis on the evidence informed restoration and preservation of physical function. Rehabilitation Science majors will also have the opportunity to work with industry partners to further develop experiential opportunities.
A dynamic curriculum and state-of-the-art facilities build strong practical knowledge from introductory classes to specialized content. A Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Science is awarded to students who complete four years of academic study on campus (minimum 126 school credits; minimum of 92 major credits). Courses required in this major include: