Minor in Applied Adult Disability Studies
The minor in Applied Adult Disabilities Studies provides relevant foundational knowledge useful for students preparing to work in the health, education, social science, and communications fields. Students are afforded an opportunity to apply their understanding of adult disability culture to their major focus of study. All students will engage in a service learning experience to deepen their awareness of issues related to adults with disabilities.
The minor in Applied Adult Disability Studies requires the completion of 18 units. Students must satisfy the relevant prerequisites for individual required courses.
|AADS 205||INTRODUCTION TO DISABLING CONDITIONS||3|
|AADS 305||HISTORY OF DISABILITY||3|
|AADS 310||UNDERSTANDING DISABILITY THROUGH MASS MEDIA||3|
|AHLT 313||CLINICAL PROGRAM PLAN & EVALUATION||3|
|Service Learning Course|
|IDHP 300||INDIVIDUALS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|MANAGEMENT FOR THE ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL|
|SPECIAL TOPICS IN ALLIED HEALTH|
|PHYSICAL HEALTH AND AGING|
|SERVICES AND HOUSING FOR THE LONG-TERM CARE CONSUMER|
|MENTAL HEALTH, STRESS MANAGEMENT, AND CRISIS INTERVENTION|
|INDIVIDUALS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM|
|INTRODUCTION TO THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP|
|SOCIOLOGY OF MENTAL ILLNESS|
Other electives may be accepted at the discretion of the program director.