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 master's degree can be completed as an undergrad at WOU

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of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission

student clubs and organizations are waiting to welcome you in

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

TIE BURCHAM

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8324 | burchamt@wou.edu | RWEC 139

ANNE CARLSON

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

LYRA EHLERS

ASL Studies Program Coordinator & Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8322 | ehlersl@wou.edu | RWEC 139

SUZANNE EHRLICH

NTT Assistant Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8483 | ehrlichs@wou.edu | TH

KARA GOURNARIS

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

SARAH HEWLETT

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 143

PV JANTZ

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

COLLEEN JONES

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

NATASHA KORDUS-SALONEN

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

ELAYNE KULETZ

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8471 | kuletze@wou.edu | RWEC 120

MARQUETTE LAQUEY

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

CHIEN-CHUN LIN

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

ELISA MARONEY

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

KIARAH MOORE

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

CHUNG-FAN NI

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

MIKE OLIVIER

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8324 | olivierm@wou.edu | RWEC 142

KAI PFAFF

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

KIM POAGE

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8758 | poagek@wou.edu | RWEC 159

CHEVON RAMEY

, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
rameyc@wou.edu

SHARON REDDY

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

BRENT REDPATH

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

LAURIE REINHARDT

NTT Assistant Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
reinhardtl@wou.edu

AMANDA SMITH

Professor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
503-838-8650 | smithar@wou.edu | RWEC 143

DENISE THEW

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

ERIN TRINE

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

VALENTINO VASQUEZ

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

CAROLYN WILTBANK

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

This public directory does not include employees who have requested confidentiality. Please use the WOU internal directory to view all employees.

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