Job Development and Job Placement Services (Post Baccalaureate Certificate)

Certificate in Job Development & Job Placement Services (Graduate Level)

Applied Psychology and Rehabilitation Counseling

College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

The goal of the Job Development and Job Placement Services certificate program is to introduce students to the concepts and applications of job development and job placement services for both the consumer and the employer and to provide current training techniques to increase the employment outcomes and job retention for individuals with disabilities. Emphasis is placed on technology in the workplace and special services for individuals who are blind or have vision impairments, and individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The program consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours. Students must complete 15 semester hours of coursework and an internship of (3) three semester hours.

Core Courses
15 Credits

The five courses are as follows:

REHB 513
Introduction to Rehabilitation
REHB 521
Seminar in Occupational Information and Rehabilitation Placement
REHB 507
Introduction to Assistive Technology
REHB 526
Internship I
PSYC 613
Career Development and Occupational Choice