BS in Rehabilitation Sciences

Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences have a number of career possibilities such as Physical Therapist Aid/Tech, Occupational Therapist Aid/ Tech, caseworker, case manager, care coordination, assistive technologist, assisted living facility tech. However, this program is designed to provide students with the requisite course knowledge, attitudes, values, and skills to be competitive applicants for graduate school. 

Marketable Skills

Students will develop: 

  • Critical thinking: Analyze and evaluate issues in order to solve problems and develop informed opinions
  • Research: Be able to search, investigate and critically analyze information in response to a specific research question
  • Social responsibility: Act ethically and responsibly for the benefit of society and the public good
  • Teamwork: Participate as an effective, efficient member of a group in order to meet a common goal
  • Time management: Prioritize goals and organize time to be more productive and efficient.

Additionally, students will learn about: (1) providing patient-centered care, (2) working in interdisciplinary teams, (3) employing evidence-based practice to optimize care, (4) applying quality improvement, and (5) utilizing informatics and information technology to manage knowledge, mitigate error and support complex decision-making.

The Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences (BS-RHSC) major is administered by the College of Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences. The Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences (BS-RHSC) major is designed to prepare undergraduate students for a career in the rehabilitation professions.  Most rehabilitation professions require post-baccalaureate education as the entry level degree.  This major provides students with the requisite course knowledge, attitudes, values and skills to meet the challenges of graduate or professional education at The University of Texas at El Paso in:

  1. Physical Therapy (PT)
  2. Occupational Therapy (OT)
  3. Rehabilitation Counseling (RC)
  4. Speech Language Pathology (SPLP)

Prerequisites for programs at other universities might differ.

The major degree curriculum is designed to introduce pre-rehabilitation professions students to five core overlapping competencies recommended by the Institute of Medicine for the future of health care, including (1) providing patient-centered care, (2) working in interdisciplinary teams, (3) employing evidence-based practice to optimize care, (4) applying quality improvement and (5) utilizing informatics and information technology to manage knowledge, mitigate error and support complex decision-making. 

The required degree courses and prescribed electives cover the socio-cultural context of health and wellness; the roles and responsibilities of different rehabilitation professionals; the U.S. health care system; the role of health care informatics and information management technologies within the health care environment; quantitative and qualitative research designs and methods applied in the health sciences; principles of continuous quality improvement within health care; concepts and models of interdisciplinary collaboration; cultural diversity; a holistic approach to wellness; interdisciplinary collaboration; lifelong learning; creativity and innovation; principles of best practice; tenets of evidence based care; and ethics within the field of health care. Students will develop proficiency in written and verbal communication skills, effective interpersonal and team based skills, and beginning scientific literacy and information competency.  The curriculum focuses on critical reasoning and the application of knowledge and skills to solve complex problems.  In addition, students will develop self-evaluation and self-management strategies and career planning skills.

The Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences requires:

  1. General University Core (42 semester credit hours): Please refer to University Core Curriculum section of the catalog.  All courses used to satisfy the core curriculum must be completed with a ‘C’ or better, per University policy.  In order to complete this degree plan in the most efficient manner, students should meet with their academic advisor when selecting courses to meet both core and degree plan requirements.
  2. Pre-professional preparation requirements (semester credit hours vary depending on option selected):  Students are required to meet with BS-RHSC faculty and/or academic advisor when selecting their option. All courses used to satisfy the Pre-professional preparation requirements must be completed with a ‘C’ or better.
  3. BS-RHSC Core (27 semester credit hour): Students are required to complete all 9 courses from the BS-RHSC Core. All courses used to satisfy the BS-RHSC Core requirements must be completed with a ‘C’ or better.
  4. Minor(s) and/or prescribed electives (semester credit hours vary depending on option selected):  Selection of approved minor(s) and/or prescribed electives must be approved by BS-RHSC faculty and/or academic advisor.  All courses used to satisfy the prescribed electives requirements must be completed with a ‘C’ or better.
    1. Minor(s): Approved minor(s) may include (list not inclusive): Biology, Chemistry, Health Promotion, Nutrition, Math, Psychology, Sociology, Speech Language Pathology, Statistics.
    2. Prescribed Electives (semester credit hours vary depending on option selected):  Selection of prescribed electives must be approved by BS-RHSC faculty and/or academic advisor. 
  5. Free electives (semester credit hours will vary from depending on option selected). All courses used to satisfy the Free electives requirements must be completed with a ‘C’ or better.

Admission Requirements

Students can declare their interest in a degree in Rehabilitation Sciences if they meet admission requirements to enroll at UTEP.  Each semester, students are required to meet with a faculty advisor and/or academic advisor to review their academic standing, degree requirements and career interest.  

It is important to note that this is a pre-professional program that encourages application to graduate education in the health professions. The minimum undergraduate grade point average (GPA) required for graduate school admission at The University of Texas at El Paso is 3.0.  Success in competitive graduate school admission in many of the health and rehabilitation professions requires a GPA as high as 3.5 or 3.6.   

Academic Requirements

Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 and a minimum major Rehabilitation Sciences (DRSC subject) GPA of 3.00 to remain in satisfactory academic standing in the major.

Students who fail to meet the minimum cumulative GPA and BS-RHSC GPA will receive an Academic Warning. After receiving this Academic Warning, the cumulative GPA and/or BSRHSC GPA must be raised to a 3.00 by the conclusion of next 12 completed UTEP semester hours (or the semester in which they complete those 12 hours). If the 3.0 is not reached by the end of the Academic Warning period, the student will be dismissed from the RHSC major and required to choose a new major. Students who have been dismissed from the RHSC major may not re-declare the major at a later date.

Students in the SPLA (Speech Language Pathology) concentration, in addition to the 3.0 cumulative GPA and 3.0 major GPA, must maintain a 3.0 SPLP GPA to stay in the SPLA concentration. If they fall below the 3.0 SPLP GPA, they cannot continue in that concentration; there will be no probationary period allowed to raise the SPLP GPA. Students who cannot continue in the SPLA concentration will have the option to change to another concentration in the RHSC major only if they have a 3.0 cumulative GPA and 3.0 major GPA.

If the RHSC program director determines at any point in a student’s Academic Warning period that it is mathematically impossible for the student to reach the 3.0 by the conclusion of the warning period, the student will be dismissed from the RHSC major at that time and required to choose a new major.

Students who receive a ‘D’, ‘F’, or more than two ‘C’ grades in their DRSC major courses (BS-RHSC Core) will be dismissed from the RHSC major and required to choose a new major

Successfully passing a background check is required to practice in this profession.

Degree Plan

Required Credits: 120 

Physical Therapy 

Physical Therapy (PHTH)
Designated Core (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Required Courses:
BIOL 1305General Biology3
BIOL 1306Organismal Biology3
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I (or higher )3
PSYC 1301Introduction to Psychology3
Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements
Professional Preparation 65
Required Courses
BIOL 1107Topics in Study of Life I1
BIOL 1108Organismal Biology Laboratory1
BIOL 2111Human Anat/Physio Lab I1
BIOL 2113Human Anat/Physio Lab II1
BIOL 2311Human Anat/Physiology I3
BIOL 2313Human Anat/Physiology II3
CHEM 1105Laboratory for CHEM 13051
CHEM 1106Laboratory for CHEM 13061
CHEM 1305General Chemistry3
CHEM 1306General Chemistry3
CLSC 3150Medical Terminology1
DRSC 1301Intro to Rehab Sciences3
DRSC 3302Health & Wellness in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3311Mental Health in Rehab Science3
DRSC 3312Hlth Care Policy for Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3313Health Info & Informat Systems3
DRSC 4301Scientific Inquiry in Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4302Verbal & Writ Comm in Rehab SC3
DRSC 4311The Sci of Collab in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4312Prof Ethics in Rehab Sciences3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
PHYS 1404General Physics II4
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
PSYC 2310Life Cycle Development3
or PSYC 2312 Intro to Abnormal Psychology
Prescribed Electives 14-15
Select 14-15 credit hours At least 12 credit hours must be upper division.
ANTH 4363Medical Anthropology3
BIOL 3320Genetics3
BIOL 4388Mammalian Physiology3
DRSC 3330History of Disability & Rehab3
DRSC 3331Evidence-based Pract in Rehab3
DRSC 3332Global Health Iss in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4190Independent Study1
DRSC 4290Independent Study2
DRSC 4330Clinical Research for Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4331Assistive Tech in Rehab Scienc3
DRSC 4390Independent Study3
HSCI 1301Fnd. of Hlth Sci. & Hlth Promo3
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
HSCI 2303Wellness Dynamics3
HSCI 3301Community Health3
HSCI 3306Environmental Health3
HSCI 3308Disease Charc/Prevnt/Contrl3
HSCI 3311Introduction to Epidemiology3
HSCI 3312Theories & Meth of Hlth Behav3
HSCI 3313Foundations of Global Health3
HSCI 3395Seminar in Global Health3
HSCI 4304Public Health Administration3
KIN 1303Foundations of Kinesiology3
KIN 4312Exercise Physiology3
KIN 4334Coronary Intervention Programs3
MICR 2141Gen Microbiology Laboratory1
MICR 2340General Microbiology3
PSYC 2302Social Psychology3
PSYC 3101Lab for Gen Exper Psyc1
PSYC 3201Gen Experimental Psychology2
PSYC 3320Learning & Memory3
PSYC 3330Sensation and Perception3
PSYC 3331Cross-Cultural Psychology3
PSYC 3347Behavior Modification3
PSYC 3348Cognitive Psychology3
PSYC 3350Health Psychology3
PSYC 4313Physical & Cognitive Aging3
SOCI 3362Medical Sociology3
SOCI 4348Sociology of Disability3
WS 3375Women's Health3
WS 3394Gender, Health, & Medicine3
ZOOL 4181Vertebrate Physiology Methods1
Free Electives3-4
Select 3-4 hours of any subject at any level
Total Hours120

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OCTH)
Designated Core (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Required Courses:
BIOL 1305General Biology3
BIOL 2311Human Anat/Physiology I3
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I (or higher )3
PSYC 1301Introduction to Psychology3
Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements
Professional Preparation 46
Required Courses
BIOL 1107Topics in Study of Life I1
BIOL 2111Human Anat/Physio Lab I1
BIOL 2113Human Anat/Physio Lab II1
BIOL 2313Human Anat/Physiology II3
CLSC 3150Medical Terminology1
DRSC 1301Intro to Rehab Sciences3
DRSC 3302Health & Wellness in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3311Mental Health in Rehab Science3
DRSC 3312Hlth Care Policy for Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3313Health Info & Informat Systems3
DRSC 4301Scientific Inquiry in Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4302Verbal & Writ Comm in Rehab SC3
DRSC 4311The Sci of Collab in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4312Prof Ethics in Rehab Sciences3
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
PSYC 2310Life Cycle Development3
PSYC 2312Intro to Abnormal Psychology3
Select one upper division course from PSYC, SOCI, HSCI, or ANTH
Prescribed Electives 27
Select 27 hours from the following:
ANTH 4363Medical Anthropology3
BIOL 3320Genetics3
DRSC 3330History of Disability & Rehab3
DRSC 3331Evidence-based Pract in Rehab3
DRSC 3332Global Health Iss in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4190Independent Study1
DRSC 4290Independent Study2
DRSC 4330Clinical Research for Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4331Assistive Tech in Rehab Scienc3
DRSC 4390Independent Study3
HSCI 1301Fnd. of Hlth Sci. & Hlth Promo3
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
HSCI 2303Wellness Dynamics3
HSCI 3301Community Health3
HSCI 3304Health Perspectives in Aging3
HSCI 3306Environmental Health3
HSCI 3307Death, Dying and Bereavement3
HSCI 3308Disease Charc/Prevnt/Contrl3
HSCI 3311Introduction to Epidemiology3
HSCI 3312Theories & Meth of Hlth Behav3
HSCI 3313Foundations of Global Health3
HSCI 3395Seminar in Global Health3
HSCI 4304Public Health Administration3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
PSYC 2302Social Psychology3
PSYC 3101Lab for Gen Exper Psyc1
PSYC 3201Gen Experimental Psychology2
PSYC 3320Learning & Memory3
PSYC 3330Sensation and Perception3
PSYC 3331Cross-Cultural Psychology3
PSYC 3347Behavior Modification3
PSYC 3348Cognitive Psychology3
PSYC 3350Health Psychology3
PSYC 4313Physical & Cognitive Aging3
SOCI 1301Introduction to Sociology3
SOCI 3362Medical Sociology3
SOCI 4348Sociology of Disability3
WS 3375Women's Health3
WS 3394Gender, Health, & Medicine3
Free Electives5
Select 5 hours with advisor approval
Total Hours120

Rehabilitation Counselling 

Rehabilitation Counseling (RHCO)
Designated Core (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Required Courses:
BIOL 1305General Biology3
BIOL 2311Human Anat/Physiology I3
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I3
PSYC 1301Introduction to Psychology3
Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements
Professional Preparation 31
Required Courses
CLSC 3150Medical Terminology1
DRSC 1301Intro to Rehab Sciences3
DRSC 3302Health & Wellness in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3311Mental Health in Rehab Science3
DRSC 3312Hlth Care Policy for Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3313Health Info & Informat Systems3
DRSC 4301Scientific Inquiry in Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4302Verbal & Writ Comm in Rehab SC3
DRSC 4311The Sci of Collab in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4312Prof Ethics in Rehab Sciences3
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
PSYC 2310Life Cycle Development3
PSYC 2312Intro to Abnormal Psychology3
Prescribed Electives27
Select 27 credit hours from the following. At least 12 credit hours must be upper division.
ANTH 4363Medical Anthropology3
BIOL 3320Genetics3
DRSC 3330History of Disability & Rehab3
DRSC 3331Evidence-based Pract in Rehab3
DRSC 3332Global Health Iss in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4190Independent Study1
DRSC 4290Independent Study2
DRSC 4330Clinical Research for Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4331Assistive Tech in Rehab Scienc3
DRSC 4390Independent Study3
HSCI 1301Fnd. of Hlth Sci. & Hlth Promo3
HSCI 2302Fundamentals of Nutrition3
HSCI 2303Wellness Dynamics3
HSCI 3301Community Health3
HSCI 3304Health Perspectives in Aging3
HSCI 3306Environmental Health3
HSCI 3307Death, Dying and Bereavement3
HSCI 3308Disease Charc/Prevnt/Contrl3
HSCI 3311Introduction to Epidemiology3
HSCI 3312Theories & Meth of Hlth Behav3
HSCI 3313Foundations of Global Health3
HSCI 3395Seminar in Global Health3
HSCI 4304Public Health Administration3
PHYS 1403General Physics I4
PSYC 2302Social Psychology3
PSYC 3101Lab for Gen Exper Psyc1
PSYC 3201Gen Experimental Psychology2
PSYC 3320Learning & Memory3
PSYC 3330Sensation and Perception3
PSYC 3331Cross-Cultural Psychology3
PSYC 3347Behavior Modification3
PSYC 3348Cognitive Psychology3
PSYC 3350Health Psychology3
PSYC 4313Physical & Cognitive Aging3
SOCI 1301Introduction to Sociology3
SOCI 3362Medical Sociology3
SOCI 4348Sociology of Disability3
WS 3375Women's Health3
WS 3394Gender, Health, & Medicine3
Free Electives12
Select 12 hours with advisor approval, at least 6 credit hours must be upper division
Total Hours120

 Speech Language Pathology

Speech Language Pathology (SPLA)
Designated Core (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Required Courses:
BIOL 1305General Biology3
BIOL 2311Human Anat/Physiology I3
MATH 1320Math for Social Sciences I (or higher - MATH 1411 or MATH 1508)3
PSYC 1301Introduction to Psychology3
Core Curriculum42
Complete the University Core Curriculum requirements
Professional Preparation 59
Required Courses
BIOL 1107Topics in Study of Life I1
BIOL 2111Human Anat/Physio Lab I1
DRSC 1301Intro to Rehab Sciences3
DRSC 3302Health & Wellness in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3311Mental Health in Rehab Science3
DRSC 3312Hlth Care Policy for Rehab Sci3
DRSC 3313Health Info & Informat Systems3
DRSC 4301Scientific Inquiry in Rehab Sc3
DRSC 4302Verbal & Writ Comm in Rehab SC3
DRSC 4311The Sci of Collab in Rehab Sci3
DRSC 4312Prof Ethics in Rehab Sciences3
LING 3357Sociolinguistics3
or ANTH 3357 Sociolinguistics
or ENGL 3357 Computers and Writing
PSYC 1303Statistical Methods3
PSYC 2310Life Cycle Development3
Natural Science Elective: select 4 credits from CHEM, or PHYS. Choose from CHEM 1305/1105, CHEM 1307/1107, or PHYS 1403
SPLP Professional Preparation36
SPLP 1312Survey of SH & L Disorders3
SPLP 2313General Phonetics3
SPLP 2320Hearing Science3
SPLP 3310Language Development3
SPLP 3312Anatomy/Physiol Speech Mech3
SPLP 3313Disorders Articulation/Phonol3
SPLP 3314Lang Disor/Pre-Sch Children3
SPLP 3318Prin of Clinical Management3
SPLP 4309Audiology3
SPLP 4310Aural Rehabilitation3
SPLP 4311Fundamentals of Speech Science3
SPLP 4312Neural Bases of Spch and Lang3
Total Hours120

University Core Curriculum

NOTE: The department may make specific suggestions for courses which are most applicable towards your major.

Psychology and Criminal Justice majors and minors are required to take MATH 1320 Math for Social Sciences I or a higher level Calculus course.

Business majors are required to take MATH 1320 Math for Social Sciences I or a higher level Calculus course.

NOTE: All courses require a C or better

Communication (six hours)

The objective of the communication component is to enable the student to communicate effectively in clear and correct prose or orally in a style appropriate to the subject, occasion, and audience.
Select six hours of the following: 6
For students whose secondary education was in English:
Written and Oral Communication
Writing About Literature
Rhetoric & Composition I
Rhetoric & Composition 2
Rhetoric, Composition & Comm
For students whose secondary education was not in English:
ESOL 1311Expos Engl Compos-Spkr Esl3
ESOL 1312Res & Crit Writng Spkr Esl3
Total Hours12

American History (six hours)

The objectives of the history component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and history of the U.S., their comprehension of the past and current role of the U.S. in the world, and their ability to critically evaluate and analyze historical evidence. U.S. history courses (three hours must be Texas history) include:
HIST 1301History of U.S. to 18653
HIST 1302History of U.S. Since 18653
Total Hours6

Language, Philosophy & Culture  (three hours)

The objective of the humanities component is to expand students' knowledge of the human condition and human cultures, especially in relation to behaviors, ideas, and values expressed in works of human imagination and thought. Through study in disciplines such as literature and philosophy, students engage in critical analysis and develop an appreciation of the humanities as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Latina/o Presence in the U.S.
English Literature
English Literature
Intro to American Fiction
Intro to American Drama
Intro to American Poetry
Making of the "Other" Americas
World History to 1500
World History Since 1500
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Introduct to Religious Studies
Seeing & Naming: Conversations
Introduction to Womens Studies
Global Feminisms
Total Hours3

Mathematics  (three hours)

The objective of the mathematics component is to develop a quantitatively literate college graduate. Every college graduate should be able to apply basic mathematical tools in the solution of real-world problems.
Select one of the following:3
College Algebra
Trigonometry and Conics
Math in the Modern World
Math for Social Sciences I
Calculus I
Precalculus 1,2
Math for Social Sciences II
Statistical Literacy
Elementary Statistical Methods
1 A higher-level course in the calculus sequence can be substituted.
2 TCCN MATH 1314 will also satisfy this requirement.
Total Hours3

Life & Physical Sciences  (six hours)

The objective of the study of the natural sciences is to enable the student to understand, construct, and evaluate relationships in the natural sciences, and to enable the student to understand the bases for building and testing theories. The courses listed are for non-majors; the major courses in the discipline can be substituted for the non-major sequence. A minimum of two semesters of lecture and one semester of laboratory associated with one of the courses, or two semesters of combined (3 credit) lecture-laboratory courses (Only six hours apply toward the required 42.):
Select one of the following:1-4
Astronomy Lab I
Elem Astronomy-Solar System
Elem Astr Stars & Galaxies
Introductory Biology Lab
Human Biology Laboratory
Topics in Study of Life I
Organismal Biology Laboratory
Introductory Biology
Human Biology
General Biology
Organismal Biology
Human Anat/Physio Lab I
Human Anat/Physio Lab II
Human Anat/Physiology I
Human Anat/Physiology II
Laboratory for CHEM 1305
Laboratory for CHEM 1306
Intro General Chemistry Lab
Intro Organic & Biochem Lab
General Chemistry
General Chemistry
Intro to General Chemistry
Intro Organic & Biochemistry
Environmental Sci. Lab
Non-major Lab for ESCI 1301
Intro to Environment Science 2
Intro to Environmental Sci
Laboratory for GEOG 1306
Physical Geography
Lab for GEOL 1313
Lab for GEOL 1314
Principles of Earth Sci - Lab
Laboratory for Geology 1212
Principles of Earth Sciences
Principles of Earth Science
The Blue Planet
Natural Hazards
Intro to Physical Geology
Intro to Historical Geol
Fundamentals of Nutrition
Wellness Dynamics
Microorganisms and Disease
General Physics I
General Physics II
Introductory Mechanics
Introductory Electromagnetism
Total Hours1-4

Political Science  (six hours)

The objectives of the political science component are to expand students’ knowledge of the origin and evolution of the U.S. and Texas political systems, focusing on the growth of political institutions, and on the constitutions of Texas and the United States; and to enhance their understanding of federalism, states rights, and individual civil liberties, rights, and responsibilities.
Required Courses:
POLS 2310Introduction to Politics3
POLS 2311American Gover & Politics3
Total Hours6

Social and Behavioral Sciences  (three hours)

The objective of the social and behavioral science component is to increase students' knowledge of how social and behavioral scientists discover, describe, and explain the behaviors and interactions among individuals, groups, institutions, events, and ideas. Such knowledge will better equip students to understand themselves and the roles they play in addressing the issues facing humanity.
Select one of the following:3
Intro-Phys Anth/Archeolog
Intro-Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Geography
Intro to Linguistics
Econ for Engrs & Scientists
Interpersonal Communication
Mass Media and Society
Principles of Economics
Principles of Economics
Introduction to Ed Psychology
Action Research in Classrooms
Introduction to Linguistics
Cultural Geography
An Intro. to Linguistics
Lang. Inside & Out: Sel Topics
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Cultural Geography
Total Hours3

 Creative Arts (three hours)

The objective of the visual and performing arts component is to expand students' knowledge and appreciation of the human imagination as expressed through works of visual art, dance, music, theatre and film. Through study in these disciplines, students will form aesthetic judgments and develop an appreciation of the arts as fundamental to the health and survival of any society.
Select one of the following:3
Art Appreciation
History of Art I
History of Art II
Dance Appreciation
Intro-Art of Motion Pict.
Music Appreciation
Jazz to Rock
Music, Culture, and Society
Introduction to Theatre
Total Hours3

Component Area Option (six hours)

The objective of the institutionally designated option component is to develop the critical thinking skills and academic tools required to be an effective learner. Special emphasis is placed on the use of technology in problem-solving, communications, and knowledge acquisition.
Select two of the following:6
Intro to Global Business
Public Speaking
Business/Profession Comm
Intro-Computational Thinking
Computer Programming Sci/Engr
Eng Innovation and Leadership
Inquiry in Math & Science
Seminar/Critical Inquiry
Total Hours6