Rehabilitation Engineering Technology (Certificate)

The Certificate in Rehabilitation Engineering Technology provides quality pre-service and in-service training to rehabilitation agency personnel anywhere in the United States to meet individual rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities (specifically, rehabilitation technology services).

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Learn how to 1) use technology, engineering methodologies, and scientific principles to address the needs of, and barriers confronted by, individuals with disabilities in areas ranging from education, rehabilitation and employment to transportation, independent living, and recreation and 2) increase awareness of the benefits of rehabilitation engineering technology as well as potential funding sources.

Three courses prepare you to be an expert/consultant in assistive technology used in rehabilitation.

Program Overview

This certificate program provides quality pre-service and in-service training to rehabilitation agency personnel anywhere in the United States. These three courses will prepare you to be an expert/consultant in assistive technology used in rehabilitation.

Career Opportunities

This certificate prepares you to be an expert/consultant in assistive technology used in rehabilitation, meaning you'll be eligible for positions in the following:

  • Hospitals
  • Community rehabilitation centers
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Transcripts
  • Personal statement
  • Application fee

Gainful Employment Disclosure

Featured Faculty

Frank Lane
Associate Professor of Psychology Chair, Department of Psychology
Lindsay Sheehan
Senior Research Associate
Nicole Ditchman
Associate Professor of Psychology
Jonathan Larson
Associate Professor of Psychology
Eun Jeong Lee
Associate Professor of Psychology
Patrick Corrigan
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Kelly Kazukauskas
Clinical Associate Professor Director, Counseling and Rehabilitation Science Program