About the Program
- You are interested in the engineering or architecture of built environments, health care professions, art and performance, social history, social justice activism, the political philosophy of citizenship, contemporary literature, legal studies, community advocacy, universal design. The list is endless, since Disability Studies is a genuinely multidisciplinary field. All students are welcome.
- Introduction to Disability Studies in the Humanities
- Deaf Culture
- Inclusive Leisure Services
- American Sign Language
- History of Madness, Mental Illness, and Psychiatry
Have questions about this program?
Future students, contact Chantel Harley.
Current students, contact your academic adviser.