Disability Studies

Disability Studies directs its focus toward how society creates disability by constructing identities and barriers.

Courses:

Anthropology 115 - Introduction to Medical Anthropology

English 175 - Literature and Disability

Public Health 130AC - Aging, Health, and Diversity

Sociology 155 - Sociology of Illness and Medicine

UGIS 110 - Introduction to Disability Studies

UGIS 112 - Women and Disability

Alternate Courses:

Anthropology 119 - Special Topics in Medical Anthropology

Chicano Studies 176 - Chicanos and Health Care

City and Regional Planning 120 - Community Planning and Public Policy for Disability

Economics 157 - Health Economics

Landscape Architecture 140 - Social and Psychological Factors in Open Space Design

UGIS 116 - Disability, Identity, and Social Movements