We offer hybrid and online degrees, certificates, and training nationally and internationally. Courses, certificates and degrees are tailored to the specific needs of the region and student population. Current offerings are described below:
Offered as a fully online degree, this program involves students nationally and internationally. This CORE accredited SDSU program provides education in the career employment, psychological, medical, and cultural aspects of disability. Students learn to develop, deliver, evaluate and monitor rehabilitation programs and services.
Graduates of the SDSU program often serve as coordinators of existing programs, making services and benefits available to consumers. As both rehabilitation counselors and administrators, they function as advocates and collaborators with consumers in providing information and services to people with disabilities.
Interwork Institute Center for Distance Learning
Telephone: (619) 594-6406
The National Center for the Twenty-first Century Schoolhouse supports the planning, design, and construction of learner-centered school facilities through communication, research, and training. The online certificate Program, Educational Facility Planning, seeks to improve the places children learn. By preparing school leaders and educational facility professionals, we improve teaching and learning and promote safe and healthy educational environments.
To learn more also see Improving the Places Where Students Learn: An Online Learning Experience for Educational Facility Professionals by Cynthia Uline. This article can be found in Educational Facility Planner, volume 45, issue 4.
The training programs comprising the eRehab series are informative, easy to use, valuable training tools offered to vocational rehabilitation agencies and their community partners. The eRehab programs consists of a National Training Series and a State Training Series, each offered in a self-paced on-line learning format. The information in each module is presented in a narrative format with a variety of multimedia features designed to enhance learning.
The objective of the SRC Online Tutorial Series is to provide access to information for all SRC members that can empower the members, in partnership with State VR agencies, to advocate for improvements in the VR program in order to enhance opportunities for high quality employment for individuals with disabilities.
The Disability & Diversity Project goal is to enhance the knowledge and skills of administrators, faculty, and staff through a universal model linking disability and diversity in postsecondary education. The Disability & Diversity website has been designed to support the attainment of the Project goal. It includes training modules, resources, and Scholar innovations related to instructional strategies, curriculum design, program development, and technology.
Center for Pacific Studies
The SDSU Interwork Institute Center for Pacific Studies has partnered with the local Pacific community colleges in Micronesia and Samoa for over 20 years to offer education and degrees to students in island nations. These programs combine instructor site visits with online education to offer Bachelors and Masters degrees and certificates and training to students across the Pacific.