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EDS 546   TRANSDISCIPLINARY SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: TRANSITION   (3 hours)
 
This course is designed as an examination of the critical issues of transition from school to work and post-secondary education for students with disabilities. As such, this course is appropriate for both graduate students in special education and those in rehabilitation counseling. Given the increasing numbers of students with disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, who are attending post-secondary education programs, this course will provide equal emphases to work and post-secondary education, as well as to other critical life domains (community living, recreations, social networks, financial and legal issues involved in transition). Finally, this course will address the broad spectrum of youths and young adults with disabilities including students with the most significant disabilities, as well as students with more mild disabilities.
 
Prerequisite(s):   EDS 375 or permission of instructor
 
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