Disability Studies

What is the suggested sequence in Disability Studies?

The suggested sequence in Disability Studies offered in conjunction with the ILR School's K. Lisa Yang and Hock E. Tan Institute on Employment and Disability; affords interested students the opportunity to examine the experience of persons with disabilities across all domains of life, but focuses primarily on their human rights and inequalities.

For those students interested in the suggested sequence in Disability Studies, see below for a listing of courses:

ILR LR 1200: Introduction to Disability Studies (Fall, 3 Credits)

ILR LR 2010/5010: Labor and Employment Law (Fall and Spring, 3 Credits)

ILR LR 2060: Writing Seminar in Law - Disability and Ethics (Fall, 3 Credits)*

ILR LR 2060: Writing Seminar in Law - Intersections of Disability Identity in the Law, Workplace, and Society (Spring, 3 Credits)*

ILR LR 2060: Writing Seminar in Law - Perspectives on Disability (Spring, 3 Credits)*

ILR ST 3030: Policy by the Numbers (Fall, 4 Credits)

ILR LR 4023: Disability and Employment Policy (Spring, 7-weeks, 2 Credits)

ILR LR 4033: Disability Law (Spring, 4 Credits)

ILR IC 4360: Global Comparative Disability Policy (Fall, 4 Credits)

ILR HR 6410: Disability Considerations in Human Resource Policy and Practice (Spring, 7-weeks, 2 Credits)

ILR LR 6840: Employment Discrimination and the Law (Fall and Spring, 4 Credits)

*Designates an ILR Sophomore Writing Seminar open to only ILR sophomores and new transfers, students may only take ONE of these writing seminars.

For more information contact:

Kate MacDowell, Program Coordinator
201L Dolgen Hall
kkm74@cornell.edu
(607) 255-7727