Interprofessional Disabilities Services
Through the interprofessional disabilities services minor, you'll gain foundational knowledge of the field of disability services, learn how to best support people with disabilities and gain practical experience working with individuals and families.
Why Study Interprofessional Disabilities Services?
A minor in interprofessional disabilities services will help you better understand disability and learn how to best support individuals and families. Courses like Introduction to and History of Disability, Universal Supports in Disability Services and Introduction to Behavior Management will provide you with an enriching foundation in this field. You'll also have the opportunity to apply what you've learned in the classroom through supervised field-based learning experiences. The skills and knowledge you will gain through this minor will be valuable in a wide range of careers, including those in health care, education, addiction counseling and prevention, social work, and public health.
Degrees & Offerings
Interprofessional Disabilities ServicesMinor
Explore the field of disability services, gain valuable teamwork skills and learn about the services and supports available to people with disabilities. You'll also gain practical experience working with individuals and families.
Departments & Facilities
Public Health & Health Sciences
The Department of Public Health and Health Sciences emphasizes collaborative learning, equipping students with a rich understanding of the health care field and preparing them to excel in careers such as advocating for health policy, promoting health through education, managing health data analytics and leading collaborative health care teams. The department offers degrees at the associate, bachelor's, master's and doctorate levels.