Welcome to the Department of Rehabilitative Sciences!
The Department of Rehabilitative Sciences is a multidisciplinary department offering undergraduate and graduate programs in nutrition and dietetics, a graduate certificate in sport nutrition, and an undergraduate degree in rehabilitative health sciences. The department is also developing several graduate programs including a master of science in orthotics and prosthetics, clinical doctorate in occupational therapy, and a doctor of philosophy in rehabilitative sciences pending necessary approvals and accreditation requirements.
Our faculty possess significant clinical and academic experience from a variety of disciplines with backgrounds and expertise in nutrition and dietetics, occupational therapy, physical therapy, public health, and health care administration. You will have a diversity of opportunities to study and train alongside our faculty with unique opportunities including clinical experiences, interprofessional education, and research.
The Department of Rehabilitative Sciences is involved in a variety of initiatives, such as:
- Interprofessional education and training for faculty and students with all five health-related colleges at ETSU
- Interdisciplinary Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Clinic
- Interdisciplinary Concussion Assessment Clinic
- Research in our Human Nutrition and Dietetics Research Laboratory at ETSU's Valleybrook Campus
- Rehabilitative Health Sciences
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition
- Dietetic Internship
- Graduate Certificate in Sport Nutrition
- Master of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics (developing)
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy (developing)
- PhD in Rehabilitative Health Sciences (developing)
To learn more about our current programs, please use the drop-down menu for Academic Programs on this page to learn more! To learn more about our developing programs, please refer to the 'Contact Us' tab on the left hand side of this page and reach out to us for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.
Jeff Snodgrass, PhD
Chairperson & Professor