Check out the links below for more information about majors in the Rehabilitation and Disability Studies department at Springfield College.
Communication Sciences and Disorders (CMDS)
The Communication Sciences and Disorders preprofessional program prepares students for graduate work in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology or for employment as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA). Learn more about the Communication Sciences and Disorders major.
Health Science/General Studies (HS/GS)
The health science/general studies degree can prepare students, upon graduation, for careers in public health agencies, human services agencies, wellness services, health insurance, hospital administration, pharmaceutical sales, elder services, scientific writing, research, and other health care venues. Learn more about the health science/general studies major.
Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (RHDS)
Founded in 1954 we were the first rehabilitation counseling program in the country to begin educating students at the master's level. We bring that same professionalism and energy to the undergraduate program in rehabilitation and disability studies. Learn more about the Rehabilitation and Disability Studies major.
Choose from the following program concentrations within the RHDS major: