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Disability Services Minor

The Minor in Disability Services is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in working with individuals with disabilities in non-teaching careers. In 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that approximately 61 million (or 1 in 4) adults has some type of disability in the United States. With this population being prevalent in all communities and all facets of society, this minor includes information about how to work beside, supervise, advise, interact with, respect, and support individuals with disabilities. Incorporated in this minor are authentic experiences where students work closely with individuals with disabilities, their families, businesses, and community agencies. The Minor in Disability Services aligns well with majors in all UNF colleges and can be completed at any point within your program of study. The minor requires a total of 12 credit-hours.


Disability Services Minor

Program Description for Disability Services

Minor: Disability Services

Minor: Disability Services (12 credits)

EEX3005 (CD) Intro to Disabilities (3 Credits)

EEX3070 Inclusion Ind.w/Dis (3 Credits)

EEX4753 Cooperative Consultation (3 Credits)

CHOOSE 1 of the following

  • EEX 4024 Disability Laws and Policies (3 Credits)
  • EEX 3754 Impact of Diasbilities on Families Schools and Communities (3 Credits)
  • EEX3004 Disab and Comm Supp Agencies (3 Credits)
  • EEX4479 Dis Employ Comm Engmt (3 Credits)