special education and rehabilitation counseling minor

Do you desire to work in community or adult services? Or plan to attend our graduate program for special education and rehabilitation counseling? If so, consider gaining the fundamentals you’ll need in this minor program.

credits required for the Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling minor

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of students are assigned multiple advisers devoted to guiding them through their four years at WOU

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of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission

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Highlights of the program

    • Experience diverse courses such as ASL, gerontology, psychology and interpreting
    • Decide whether a career in special education rehabilitation counseling is for you
    • Gain an understanding of populations of all ability levels and acquire skills to meet their needs

Example Courses

Faculty

LYRA BEHNKE

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | behnkel@wou.edu | RWEC 139

TIE BURCHAM

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
burchamt@wou.edu

BENJAMIN CAVALETTO

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8250 | cavaletb@wou.edu | AP

VICKI DARDEN

NTT Visiting Assistant Professor/Adjunct Lecturer, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8803 | dardenv@wou.edu | RWEC 143

THOMAS DOOLEY

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-9351 | dooleyt@wou.edu | RWEC 138

KARA GOURNARIS

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | gournark@wou.edu | RWEC 149

PATRICK GRAHAM

Assistant Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | grahamp@wou.edu | RWEC 132

CM HALL

DeafBlind Interpreting Co-Project Director, College of Education
503-838-8731 | hallcm@wou.edu | RWEC 159

SARAH HEWLETT

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-9124 | hewletts@wou.edu | RWEC 145

HEATHER HOLMES

DeafBlind Interpreting Co-Project Director, College of Education
503-838-8731 | holmesh@wou.edu | RWEC 159

AMY KYLER-YANO

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
kyleryanoa@wou.edu

CHIEN-CHUN LIN

Assistant Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-9305 | linc@wou.edu | RWEC 141

CHAD LUDWIG

Interim Director of Regional Resource Center on Deafness, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
ludwigc@wou.edu

ELISA MARONEY

Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8735 | maronee@wou.edu | RWEC 144

FRAN NI

Associate Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8038 | nic@wou.edu | RWEC 135

BRIAN PEET

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
peetb@wou.edu

KATHERINE PFAFF

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | pfaffk@wou.edu | RWEC 150

KIMBERLY POAGE

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8758 | poagek@wou.edu | RWEC 153

DIANE PRAIRIE

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | prairied@wou.edu | RWEC 139

BRENT REDPATH

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-831-8277 | redpathb@wou.edu | RWEC 136

MIRIAM RICHARDS

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | richardm@wou.edu | RWEC 139

BETH SHULER-KRAUSE

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
shulerkrauseb@wou.edu

AMANDA SMITH

Professor, Division Chair, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8650 | smithar@wou.edu | RWEC 140

DENISE THEW

Associate Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-9341 | thewd@wou.edu | RWEC 134

ERIN TRINE

NTT Lecturer, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8730 | trinee@wou.edu | RWEC 142

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Contact Us

Phone: 503-838-8322

Email: heidek@wou.edu

Location: RWC 140