The UNT Department of Rehabilitation & Health Services offers certificates in applied gerontology, substance use disorder treatment, and rehabilitation studies. Additionally, the department offers a graduate specialist in aging certificate and a post-graduate advanced certificate in rehabilitation counseling.
The undergraduate level certificates require four courses (12 hours) and complement degrees in anthropology, criminal justice, education, humanities, psychology, rehabilitation, sociology, and social work, among others.
The Specialist in Aging Graduate Certificate is designed for health and human service professionals who wish to complement their existing knowledge and skills with an understanding of aging and services for the aged.
The Post-Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation Counseling requires 21 hours of course work and is designed for current and aspiring rehabilitation counselors who intend to pursue the certified rehabilitation counselor (CRC) credential.