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Enhance Your Academics with a Minor in Interdisciplinary Disabilities Studies

Looking for a minor that can be tailored to your specific academic needs and interests? The School of Social Work's Interdisciplinary Disabilities Studies minor offers focused tracks in law, architecture, social work, medicine, public health, education, anthropology, business, the arts, and philosophy. Coursework provides information on how disability is constructed, viewed, and understood culturally, politically, economically, and socially. And the best news is, the application deadlines has been extended to 3 pm on November 15! Don't miss your chance to gain a unique and incredibly beneficial skill set.

If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Program Coordinator.

MAJOR ≠ CAREER

Your major does not always determine your career path. Many graduates pursue careers outside their field, depending on their interests and experiences.

EXPERIENCE + DEGREE = CAREER

It’s not just your major that matters! Make yourself marketable by gaining a variety of experiences in college. Read a few inspiring stories by professionals whose experiences led to great careers.

Contact a Vick Center career counselor today to find out how you can turn your major into a career.