Broaden your ability to impact education and services for people with disabilities.
The Disability Disciplines Doctoral Program offers a multidisciplinary doctoral degree that brings together faculty and students across disciplinary and departmental lines to explore interrelated aspects of disabilities. You learn to:
- Prepare new teachers and clinicians to effectively implement research-based practices
- Develop and evaluate new programs, treatments, and interventions
- Conduct meaningful research on important topics.
The Doctoral Program is uniquely designed to provide experience across disciplinary and departmental lines.
At a Glance
4 years: average completion time
Questions? Get in Touch.
Graduate Program Coordinator
Office Location: EDUC 313