Disability and Human Development

Please note: The Master of Science in Disability and Human Development has been suspended effective Fall 2014. Contact the department for more information.

The Department of Disability and Human Development (DHD) offers work leading to the Master of Science in Disability and Human Development. Study and research are available in the concentrations of:

  1. Disability Studies and Social Policy
  2. Rehabilitation Technology

An interdepartmental concentration in Gender and Women’s Studies is available to students in this program. The program articulates closely with the PhD program in Disability Studies. For further information on the Doctor of Philosophy in Disability Studies, see Disability Studies in the College of Applied Health Sciences section of the catalog.