|Department||Health and Biomedical Sciences|
This course is an interdisciplinary course that will enable students to develop an understanding of special populations which may include persons with physical, developmental, psychiatric, and/or psychosocial challenges. Students will develop personal and professional skills for appropriate interactions with persons from special populations. Topics will include exploring a variety of diagnoses and self-assessment of attitudes towards special populations. Students will interact with people from special populations, explore services available to them, and participate in disability simulations. One credit hour of lecture, two credit hours of lab. This course is open to all students.