Specialization in Developmental Disabilities
The Department of Psychology offers students an opportunity to specialize in Developmental Disabilities. Students who specialize in Developmental Disabilities will complete 47.101, General Psychology; 47.260, Child and Adolescent Development; 47.312, Learning and Behavior, 47.362, Psychology of Developmental Disabilities or 47.363 or 59.363, Introduction to Disability Studies; 47.480 or 59.480, Integrative Fieldwork in Developmental Disabilities I; and 47.481 or 59.481, Integrative Fieldwork in Developmental Disabilities II.
The Developmental Disabilities Specialization is available as part of the Psychology Major, the Psychology Concentration for a BLA, and the Psychology Minor.
Students who seek further information about this specialization are urged to consult with the Coordinator - Dr. Ashleigh Hillier
Room: Health and Social Sciences Building 301
Course Listing Disability Studies