Aug 21, 2019  
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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DS 400 - Capstone in Disability Studies Credits: 3


This interdisciplinary course is designed to allow students to apply a number of theoretical approaches and models to real-life examples. Students will integrate their understanding of concepts, issues and debates within the intersecting disciplines related to disability studies. The class will be highly interactive, integrating seminar discussions and group work by students in an attempt to further explore in-depth issues and topics discussed in class in relatively broad terms. Students will apply, integrate, and build on course material through short papers and oral presentations. In addition, they will advance and polish their writing, oral communication, research and critical analysis skills through the conduct of original research or a service learning project.

Prerequisite(s): DS 100  
Graduate Credit: This course is not available for graduate credit.



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