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Do you want a career that provides new experiences each day? Then you should pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Studies at the University of North Texas.
Rehabilitation professionals serve individuals who have physical, mental and emotional disabilities and helps them become productive and engaged citizens. The demand for new professionals is rising every year.
As a Rehabilitation Studies major, you will:
In addition to pursuing the Rehabilitation Studies major, you can pursue specialized minors and academic certificates. The minors and certificates can prepare you for state licensing exams or be used for other personal or professional application. Examples include:
While many college graduates today are facing difficulties with employment, there is a rise in need for rehabilitation professionals. In fact, many alumni of the rehabilitation studies program hold executive positions with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities and the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The field of rehabilitation offers a large variety of career options. Rehabilitation professionals may work in: