Aug 08, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Disability Services, BS


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Completion of this multidisciplinary curriculum in educational, social, and natural sciences prepares graduates to work as professionals serving individuals with disabilities in a wide array of public- and private-sector agencies and service providers, including adult mental health (MH) programs. Students who complete the program will earn a bachelor of science degree and will be prepared for employment as instructional assistants in public or private schools, as therapeutic staff support personnel, or in a wide variety of capacities in MH programs, community-based employment/ living programs, early intervention programs, residential treatment programs, preschool/day care programs, and other agency service providers for individuals with disabilities. Disability Services majors must achieve and maintain a 2.75 overall GPA.

Liberal Studies: 43-44


As outlined in the Liberal Studies Requirements  with the following specifications:

Major: 49


Free Electives: 21-22


(1)

Students may use these 18cr toward study of a minor discipline and/or as free electives.

Total Degree Requirements: 120


(1) It is recommended that students pursue minor studies in one of the following: Child Development and Family Relations (18cr), Educational Psychology (18cr), Psychology (18cr), or Sociology/Disability Services or Human Services (18cr).

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