Dec 07, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Disability Studies Minor


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The disability studies minor is earned through an interdisciplinary series of courses whose goal is to introduce students to the social, cultural, and institutional systems that shape—or "construct"—ideas of disability, and how these systems in turn impact the lives of disabled people. This minor also provides students with the skills to understand disability as one dimension of social diversity.  

Academic Policies and Requirements for Minors:

Hours to Minor: 18 hours

Required courses (6 hours):


Elective courses (12 hours):


at least two courses must be from the "Core Disability Studies Courses" list, and no more than two elective classes may be from any one prefix category 

Note:


Several upper-level survey and special topics courses may also count towards the minor if their content in the given semester is based on topics related to disability. These courses may be cross-listed with IDS 352. Please consult the Disability Studies program director to see about anticipated future course offerings in these and other fields. 

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