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REHABILITATION SERVICES

Major Overview
Wilberforce University (WU) is unique because it is the only (HBCU) in the Midwest that offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Rehabilitation. With its history of offering this degree, and membership in the rehabilitation Midwest and national networks, WU is in a strong strategic position to strengthen its master’s program in rehabilitation and increase the number of minorities entering the rehabilitation field as degreed professionals.  

The 34 -year old Rehabilitation Services program demonstrate the  successful implementation of a Rehabilitation Services program at the Undergraduate  level. Under the leadership of the Directors of the program, a flexible Master’s Program geared for working professionals in rehabilitation as well as for those who can attend full time began in the Fall of 2004.

The new Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling Program has received formal authorization from the Ohio Board of Regents (OBR) and North Central Accreditation (NCA). We are also a candidate for Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) accreditation.

Faculty:
Dr. Eugenia Shittu, Ph.D. Assistant Dean 708-5626 eshittu@wilberforce.edu
Sonya M. Ware, Ph.D., CRC, LSW 937-708-5488 sware@wilberforce.edu
John Tooson, Ph.D., Adjunct 937-325-9966 jhtooson@yahoo.com
Lisa Johnstone, M.S. CRC, Adjunct, BSVI Supervisor 800-582-1587 lisa.johnstone@rsc.state.oh.us
Clayton Grisby, Ed.D., LSW, Associate Professor 708-5669 cgrisby@wilberforce.edu
Keith Tackett, MRC, CRC, Adjunct, BSVI Rehabilitation Counselor 800-582-1587 keith.tackett@rsc.state.oh.us

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