Rehabilitation Science BS

Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science

Do you desire a job in physical therapy, occupational therapy or sports medicine? Our Rehabilitation Science program will help you gain the knowledge needed for graduate-level study and provide you with the necessary expertise in musculoskeletal, neuromuscular and cardiovascular-pulmonary bases of exercise to excel in the profession of rehabilitation science. By pursuing this Bachelor of Science degree, we offer you broad preparation in science and research to achieve your career in the field.

Industry Highlights

The expected employment growth for the related fields is 36% between 2012 and  2022.

- Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

  • Physical Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Fitness Centers
  • Health & Wellness Programs
  • Education

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of on-campus, hybrid and online class formats, along with faculty members that offer foundational knowledge and expertise for a more personalized educational experience.


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