Minor In Disabilities Studies
The College of Education and Human Develpment offers an interdisciplinary minor in Disabilities Studies which is open to students in any major. The minor in Disabilities Studies requires 18 credit hours, distributed as follows: all core courses listed below (9 credits) and three additional courses (9 credits) selected in consultation with and approved by the student's minor advisor. These courses shall be chosen from each of the following topic areas: Human Development, Social Systems, and Service Delivery Methods. At least one of these topic area courses must be from outside the requirements of the student's major and outside his or her major department. Additional course restrictions apply to students in the ETE major. All courses included in the minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.
|HDFS 270/SOCI 270
||Families and Developmental Disabilities
||Introduction to Exceptional Children
||Senior Seminar in Disabilities Studies
|Topic Area Courses (one course in each topic area)
Information regarding courses recommended in the topic areas and the procedures for completing the minor can be obtained from the Center for Disabilities Studies, http://www.udel.edu/cds/disabilities_minor.html
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