The Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Bachelor of Science program is accredited by the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE). The program is 120 credit hours and is offered in an on campus learning format. Once students declare Rehabilitation and Disability Studies as their major, students can typically complete all program requirements in approximately 5-6 semesters, not including general studies curriculum requirements.
In 2016, tuition is $4,404 per semester not including fees or living expenses. Fees are estimated to be approximately $808 per semester for undergraduate students. The Office of Student Financial Services can provide information on tuition and fees, federal student aid, private aid, and scholarships available for students. No undergraduate level RSA Scholarships are available.
Alumni from the Rehabilitation and Disability Studies program find employment in the field of rehabilitation at approximately the rate of 50% within six months of graduation.
Over the past three years, we have had approximately 30 graduates accepted into Graduate School programs in Rehabilitation Counseling, Occupational Therapy, Communication Sciences, Orientation and Mobility, Vision Rehabilitation Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Nursing.
Former students have gained employment in State and Federal settings, non-profit agencies, for profit agencies, and hospital/clinical settings.