Backgrounds include physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, industrial engineers, physicians, special educators and those interested in various areas of rehabilitation.
Applications are submitted to the Rehabilitation Science Steering Committee as soon as they are received. Applicants are informed once the committee makes a decision, usually before May 1.
Career opportunities may include academic faculty positions, research positions in the public and private sectors, clinical and/or administrative positions.
All graduate work credited to the doctoral degree must be completed within seven years of the first registration date in the program.
In addition to working with the Department of Rehabilitation Science, you may interact with faculty from departments throughout the university, including architecture and planning; communicative disorders and sciences; and exercise and nutrition sciences.