The BLA concentration in Disability Studies offers students the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of disability from multiple perspectives. This concentration helps prepare students who are interested in a career in education, human services, social work, non-profit organizations, engineering/assistive technology, nursing, health, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and many other areas.
A minimum of 18 credits of course work is required, 9 credits of which must be at the 3000 level, with no more than three courses with the same prefix.
Required Course (3cr.)
Required Core Courses (9 cr.)
Choose three courses from the following:
- ENGL.2580 Disability in Literature
- LGST.2500 Disability and the Law
- PHIL.3150 Philosophy of Disability
- PSYC.3620 Psychology of Developmental Disabilities
- PSYC.4820 Developmental Disabilities Fieldwork: Service Provision
- PSYC.4830 Developmental Disabilities Fieldwork: Leadership & Advocacy
- SOCI.2250 Sociology of Disability
Elective Courses (6cr.)
Choose two Elective courses from any of the Core courses listed above or any of the following courses: