Courses

GEY 4001 Issues and Concepts in Gerontology 3 Credits

This multidisciplinary overview of the field of aging covers biomedical and health issues, psychosocial factors, applied aspects and policy issues.

RCS 3030 Introduction to Rehabilitation and Human Services 3 Credits

An examination of legislative history and social policies as they relate to rehabilitation and human services and their impact on persons with disabilities and exploration of various careers in rehabilitation and human services.

Prereq: BSC 2007 or BSC 2005 or BSC 2010, PSY 2012, majors/minors only, with department permission.

RCS 4061 Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation 3 Credits

Introduction to the psychological, social, vocational adjustment barriers and techniques used by individuals and society to overcome these hindrances to rehabilitation.

Prereq: APK 2105C, BSC 2005 or BSC 2010, PSY 2012, STA 2023. Coreq: HSC 3502, majors/minors only, permission of department.

RCS 4415L Therapeutic Communication Skills Laboratory 1 Credit

Laboratory for HSC 3661; includes hands-on practice of therapeutic communication skills using simulated patient scenarios.

Prereq: HSC 3502, HSA 3111, HSC 4558. Coreq: HSC 3661, majors only.

RCS 4451 Rehabilitation Aspects of Substance Abuse 3 Credits

Rehabilitation counseling implications of alcohol and drug use in society and the work place. Emphasis on detection, treatment and follow-up services for individuals in the rehabilitation process.

Prereq: HSC 3502, HSC 4558, majors/minors only, and permission of department.