The Ohio State University undergraduate Disability Studies Minor offers courses in a wide range of disciplines, including teaching and learning, bioethics, American Sign Language, classics, speech and hearing science and many more. The minor is part of the Disability Studies Program at Ohio State.
The Disability Studies Minor requires a minimum of 14 credit hours of course work. Of these, 12 hours must be from outside your major field and other minor fields. Once the Disability Studies Program advisor has approved the ASC Minor Program Form you should file the form with your college. Please consult the Disability Studies Minor Sheet for more information on courses that count for the minor. Before enrolling in DSABLST 4998H, 4999H, 5191 or 5193, students must complete the Internship and Individual Studies/Research Request Form.
Declaring the Minor
Students who wish to complete the Minor should consult with the DS Minor Advisor, MaryKatherine Ramsey, to determine a course of study.
Make an appointment: Call the English front desk at (614-292-6065) to schedule an advising appointment or stop by the desk in 421 Denney Hall.
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- Thursday: 3-4:30 p.m.
- Friday: 1-2:30 p.m.
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