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Old November 10th, 2013, 05:07 PM
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University of Pittsburgh is a research university was founded on the edge of the American frontier as the Pittsburgh Academy in 1787. The university comprises 17 undergraduate and graduate schools and colleges

Arts and Sciences 1787
Business (graduate) 1960
Business (undergraduate) 1907
Dental Medicine 1896
Education 1910
Engineering 1846
General Studies 1932
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 1969
Honors 1987
Information Sciences 1901
Law 1895
Medicine 1883
Nursing 1939
Pharmacy 1878
Public & International Affairs 1957
Public Health 1948
Social Work 1938

Bachelor of Science program in rehabilitation science:

Core Curriculum Requirements
REHSCI 1225 Introduction to Rehabilitation Science
REHSCI 1235 Medical Terminology
REHSCI 1240 Issues in Health Care
REHSCI 1265 Pharmacology in Rehabilitation
REHSCI 1280 Psychology and Sociology of Disability

Human Anatomy (one of the following):
REHSCI 1200 Human Anatomy and Lab
HRS 1020 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
Another approved human anatomy course

Human Physiology (one of the following):
REHSCI 1205 Human Physiology/HRS 1023 Human Physiology
HRS 1020 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
Another approved human physiology course

Neuroscience (one of the following):
REHSCI 1210 Neuroscience
NROSCI 1000 Introduction to Neuroscience
PSY 0505 Introduction to Biopsychology
Another approved neuroscience course

Research (one of the following):
REHSCI/HRS 1000 Introduction to Research
PSY 0035 Research Methods
SOC 0230 Social Research Methods

Global Citizenship (one of the following):
Designated course, 3 credits (course list available on request)
Study/Internship Abroad, 4 weeks minimum, health or disability and cultural study component required (additional guidelines available on request)

Additional Rehabilitation Science Elective Courses
Advanced Health Assessments and Exercise Prescription
Assistive Technology in Rehabilitation Field Experience
Human Development
Independent Study
Inter-disciplinary Service Learning
Introduction to Assistive Technology
Introduction to Evidence-based Rehabilitation
Introduction to Occupation Science
Cross-cultural Independent Study
Diversity and Cultural Issues in Health, Disability, and Rehabilitation
Epidemiology of Disability
Exercise Physiology
Field Experience
Introduction to Orthotics and Prosthetics
Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Pathophysiology/Human Disease
Practical Issues in Disability
Rehabilitation Ethics

University of Pittsburgh
4200 Fifth Ave,
Pittsburgh, PA, United States ‎
+1 412-624-4141 ‎


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