Four-Year Plan

DISABILITY STUDIES
Bachelor of Arts
2014-2015 Catalog Year

Download the 2014-2015 Four Year Plan

This 4-Year Plan is only a suggested guide for planning course selections.

Official course selections should be made with the guidance of an academic advisor and will depend on an individual student's situation.
Specific information regarding majors, minors, course descriptions, policies and procedures can be found in the university catalog.

Fall Spring
YEAR I

MTH1100: College Algebra, MTH1110: Quantitative Reasoning

4

ENG1000: First-Year Composition or
IDS1610: Being Human

4

ENG1000: First-Year Composition or
IDS1610: Being Human
4

PSY 1100: General Psychology

4
Elective 4
Elective 4
Elective 4
Elective 4
Total Semester Hours   16     Total Semester Hours   16  
YEAR II

IDS2020: Trajectories of Human History or
IDS2030: Science and Society

4

IDS2020: Trajectories of Human History or
IDS2030: Science and Society

4

SWK 2050: Drugs and Human Behavior 4 SPED 2120 Char and Iden of Disabilities and the Law 4
Elective 4 Elective 4
Elective 4 Elective 4
Total Semester Hours   16 Total Semester Hours   16
YEAR III
IDS3040: Global Justice or Elective 4 SPED 3750: Prosocial Skills and Challenging Behavior 4
PSY 3660: Abnormal Psychology 4
SPED 3815: Assistive Technology 4
Major Elective Requirement: from the list 4 Major Elective Requirement: from the list 4

Elective

4
Elective 4
Total Semester Hours   16     Total Semester Hours   16    
YEAR IV
SPED 4300: Adv/Models People with Disabilities 4

SPED 4400: Internship

4
SPED 4620: Collaboration, Differentiating Instr 4
Elective 4
Elective 4 Elective 4
Elective 4


Total Semester Hours   16 Total Semester Hours   12

 

General Notes

  • Student must complete 30 semester hours at the 3000 level or above, of which 15 semester hours must be completed at Aurora University.
  • The last 24 semester hours of degree must be completed at AU, including at least 18 semester hours in the major.
If you have questions about this major, contact Mary Lohrman in the Crouse Center for Student Success at 630-844-6870.