YOU WILL NEED...
3 half course equivalents from:
CORE 205: Introduction to Disability Studies (1/2)
Social, political, economic, health and advocacy systems that support and empower persons with disabilities.
CORE 207: Introduction to Community Rehabilitation Practice (1/2)
Assessments, interventions and working partnerships within a lifespan perspective.
CORE 209: Disability in Theory and Everyday Life (1/2)
Examination of disabling conditions throughout the lifespan.
CORE 425: Social Constructions of Disability & Health (1/2)
Interdisciplinary use of narrative psychology in empowerment and community practice.
Practica: 2 half course equivalents from:
CORE 485: An Introduction to Community Rehabilitation Practice and Professional Conduct (1/2)
Practical application of basic principles of assessment and intervention with individuals.
CORE 487: Practicum in Rehabilitation Practice (1/2)
Practicum in group settings under supervision of qualified personnel
CORE 589.01: Development of Services and Programs (1/2)
Needs analysis, proposal writing, fund procurement and innovative service design. Students work on project for agency or group.
CORE 589.02: Development of Services and Programs (Linked Practicum) (1/2)
Leadership, management, styles, conflict resolution, clinical supervision, perform.
5 half course equivalents from:CORE 415: Management & Leadership in Nonprofits
On campus or through distance education.
Students in other faculties take 5 full courses.
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