Rehabilitation and Human Services (B.S.)
Help people with disabilities achieve the best possible quality of life.
People with disabilities are able to integrate into their communities more than ever before. With a degree in rehabilitation and human services from the University of North Dakota, you’ll be able to help people with physical, learning, cognitive and addiction disorders increase their independence and quality of life. The interdisciplinary program prepares you for a variety of careers in rehabilitation.
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- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
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Why Study Rehabilitation and Human Services at UND?
Rehabilitation and human services is an interdisciplinary major that draws from psychology, sociology, social work, nursing and other fields. In addition to core courses and classes in rehabilitation, research methodology and psychology, you'll choose a concentration in substance abuse, mental health, gerontology, developmental disabilities or other specializations.
- The program is one of more than 25 approved undergraduate rehabilitation programs recognized by the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs, an international accrediting body.
- You'll complete an internship in a professional rehabilitation agency that will enable you to apply theory to practice and integrate knowledge, values and skills.
- Graduates of the addictions program are well positioned to obtain licensure in North Dakota and other states in substance abuse counseling.