Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Certificate

Curriculum

The Certificate in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies curriculum consists of seven required 3-credit hour courses, all of which are required.

 

  • HIM-M330 Medical Terminology or equivalent
  • HLSC-R320 Survey of Adaptive Rehabilitation Technology
  • HLSC-R330 Approaches to Rehabilitation Case Management
  • HLSC-R340 Psychological Aspects of Disabilities
  • HLSC-R420 Proposal Writing for Community-Based Rehabilitation Programs
  • HLSC-R430 Practicum in Rehabilitation and Disability
  • HLSC-R440 Medical Aspects of Disabilities
    • P: Medical Terminology with C or higher

Certificate Requirements and Eligibility

Certificate Requirements

  • To earn the certificate, students must complete a minimum of 21 credits in accordance with the specified curriculum.
  • Earn a minimum grade of C in each course.

 

Eligibility

  • The Certificate in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies is open to all IUPUI students, regardless of major, and can be pursued as a stand-alone degree or combined with an associate's or bachelor's degree. 
  • In order to enroll in our Certificate in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, you must be admitted to IUPUI.
  • If you are not currently admitted to IUPUI, you will need to meet the admission requirements established by IUPUI, and where applicable, the Office of International Affairs. For more information, visit admissions.iupui.edu/apply.
  • Courses in the Certificate in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies can be used to fulfill requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.