To earn the Rehabilitation and Human Services (RHS) Minor, you must complete a total of 18 credits.

Individual RHS courses can be taken without being enrolled in the minor.

Course List - Undergraduate Minor in Rehabilitation and Human Services

Prescribed Courses (12 credits)
Title Abbreviation Description Credits
Introduction to Disability Culture RHS 100 Social and cultural contexts of disability on both a micro and macro level will be examined.  3 credits
Introduction to Counseling as a Profession RHS 301 Overview of the counseling theories that are often used in human service and rehabilitation practices.  3 credits
Medical Aspects of Disability RHS 403 Common disabling illnesses, injuries, and congenital defects; their symptomatology, prognosis, and treatment; implications for personal, social, and vocational adjustment.

Prerequisite: 6 credits in psychology and/or sociology and/or human development and family studies
3 credits
Employment Strategies for People with Disabilities RHS 410 (LER 410) Develop knowledge, skills and resources necessary to understand and practice effective employment strategies in working with people with disabilities.

Prerequisite: Fourth semester standing.
3 credits
Additional Courses (6 credits)
Description Credits
Select 6 credits from a department-approved list of courses in consultation with an adviser. 6 credits

 

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