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​​​​​​​​​​Rehabilitation Science PhD Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Critically analyze and integrate research findings from specialized disciplines to address complex problems of physical disablement.
  2. Design and implement rigorous, innovative, and ethical research that will advance theoretical and/or applied principles of clinical practice in rehabilitation.
  3. Disseminate findings of original research using standard scientific oral and written formats.
  4. Compete for funding from national agencies to support interdisciplinary research and educational initiatives in rehabilitation.
  5. Teach graduate level courses in a selected area of specialization within the field of rehabilitation.
  6. Effectively communicate with clinicians, research scientists, and students in the field of rehabilitation and its affiliated disciplines using the common language of disablement.
  7. Serve in leadership roles for professional activities that will advance the science and practice of rehabilitation medicine.

For general and admission inquiries contact the Program Administrator:

Kenton Owsley, MA
Program Administrator

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