Minor in Rehabilitation Services
Learn the foundational skills to help people out of the worst of what they’re going through and find fulfillment in the process.
Why minor in rehabilitation services?
Where some fields, like psychology, have a theoretical focus, skills learned while studying rehabilitation services can pay off immediately after graduation. This field often focuses on caring for vulnerable populations, including but not limited to recently paroled individuals, people with disabilities or impairments, or persons in substance abuse recovery. Working with these populations can be a valuable and fulfilling experience where you can build empathy, develop communication skills, and even get hands on case management experience.
You can also major in Rehabilitation Services.
To graduate with a minor in Rehabilitation Services, students must select 21 credit from REHB course offerings, and complete minor each course with a grade of “C’ or better:
|REHB 201||3||Introduction to Rehabilitation|
|REHB 301||3||Health and Medical Information|
|REHB 302||3||Sociology Theory|
|REHB 303||3||Case Recording and Management|
|REHB 305||3||Vocational Development and Employment|
Field Work in Rehabilitation I
|REHB 402||3||Field Work in Rehabilitation II|
|REHB 403||3||Rehabilitation of the Psychologically Impaired|
|REHB 404||3||Rehabilitation Services for Addicted Persons|
|REHB 405||3||Multicultural Approaches in Rehabilitation|
|REHB 406||3||Seminar in Rehabilitation|
|REHB 411||3||Special Topics in Rehabilitation|
750+ Course Options
The Coppin State University Academic Catalog has a wide variety of skill-building courses designed to inspire and prepare you to be in-demand professionals and transformational leaders.