MS in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a concentration in Rehabilitation Science and Technology 

Designed to prepare graduates to assume professional responsibilities in the field of assistive technology—for example, as rehabilitation engineers, service providers, and consultants. Fill out this optional pre-application formto find out whether you qualify for the program and to learn what fellowship opportunities might be available to you. 

MS in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with a concentration in Rehabilitation Counseling 

Rehabilitation counseling is a process whereby the counselor works collaboratively with an individual with a disability to understand existing problems, barriers, and potentials in order to facilitate the client’s effective use of personal and environmental resources for personal, social, career, and community adjustment.  

MS in Prosthetics and Orthotics 

Orthotists and prosthetists are part of the health care team, and as such, work with physicians, therapists, and other health care professionals to provide the orthotic and prosthetic needs of patients. The MSOP Program received full accreditation by the National Commission on Prosthetic and Orthotic Education in May 2011.  

Certificate in Assistive Technology 

The program for the Certificate in Assistive Technology is designed to provide individuals who wish to continue their education in rehabilitation and assistive technology with a structured program of studies.  

Certificate in Disability Studies

The program for the Certificate in Disability Studies is designed to educate people involved in the health, education, social service, and government fields on the public ideologies, policies, and practices that can best promote integrated and productive lives for people with disabilities. 

Student veteran learns important machining skills under his mentor's guidance. Handbook of Disability Studies Students presenting their research projects at the Annual Student Research Symposium and Poster Session Undergraduate intern Dan Christiana discusses his summer project with his graduate student mentor Nahom BeyeneWorld Health Organization Report on Disability
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