Integrative Fieldwork in Developmental Disabilities II

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Course No: PSYC.4810; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

This seminar accompanies a human service/education-based field placement and provides a critical examination of organizations and personal leadership in the lives of people with disabilities. Students will explore how formal services, advocacy, and informal community systems impact one another and impact the lives of people with disabilities. Students will examine their own field placements from a variety of theoretical frameworks, using this knowledge to understand personal leadership change opportunities. Students who are considering a career in a human service profession will have the opportunity to learn how vision, mission, community partnerships, funding, human resources, regulations, and families/individuals themselves impact service delivery.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: Pre: PSYC.1010&PSYC/59.363
  • Special Notes: Pre-req: 47.101, and 47.269, and 47.362, or 47.363 or 59.363.
  • Credits: 3;

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