The School of Counseling, Human Performance, and Rehabilitation (CHPR) provides a quality education to a heterogeneous student body at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The goal is to prepare students with the special knowledge and skills for professional work in education and human service fields, and to enhance students’ abilities to be successful in their chosen fields of study.
CHPR offers five graduate degrees, one graduate certificate, and four undergraduate degrees.
The graduate degrees are:
- Master of Education in Counselor Education [web-enhanced, some courses on campus]
- Master of Arts in Counseling: Rehabilitation Counseling [web-enchanced, some courses on campus]
- Master of Arts in Rehabilitation for the Blind[web-enhanced, some courses on campus]
- Graduate Certificate in Orientation and Mobility
- Master of Science in Health Education and Promotion[web-enhanced, some courses on campus]
- Master of Science in Sport Management[web-enhanced, some courses on campus]
The undergraduate degrees are:
- Associate of Science in American Sign Language Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Interpretation: ASL/English
- Bachelor of Science in K-12 Health & Physical Education licensure
- Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Promotion
CHPR offers five undergraduate minors:
- Educational Interpreting
- Health & Exercise Science
- Health Science
- American Sign Language
- Sport Management
Location: Dickenson Hall Room 515
Hours: Monday through Friday ~ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Jennifer K. Holtz, Ph.D.
Dickenson Hall Suite 515