Developmental Disabilities Minor

Recommended for students interested in working with adults or children with developmental disabilities, this minor complements most any bachelor’s degree program. Students will have field experiences in community-based agencies connected to each of the five required courses. Students may find employment or service opportunities in family support, rehabilitation, independent living, group and residential homes. 

Courses Required

  • EDU 201: Developmental Disabilities: An Overview
  • EDU 202: Inclusive Recreation for Diverse Populations (Cultural Diversity Designation)
  • EDU 301: Family Life to Independent Living for Individuals with Disabilities
  • EDU 302: Secondary Transition in Special Education
  • EDU 401: Instructing Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

If you are a current student and would like further information on this minor, please see your advisor. You can also contact the College of Education’s Dean’s Office at 716.286.8560