Kansas Board of Regents Assessment
The doctoral program in rehabilitation science has successfully passed two 10-year reviews by Kansas Board of Regents.
All of the assessment criteria have been met:
- Centrality of the program to fulfilling the mission and role of the institution.
- The quality of the program as assessed by the strengths, productivity and qualifications of the faculty.
- The quality of the program as assessed by its curriculum and impact on students.
- Demonstrated student need and employer demand for the program.
- The service the program provides to the discipline, the university, and beyond.
- The program’s cost-effectiveness.
Since its inception in 2001, the PhD in rehabilitation science program has graduated over 55 students. The graduates have gone to very impressive post-doctoral positions (16%) or taken faculty positions (80%) nationally or internationally.