Master of Science in Occupational Science - Social Inequities in Everyday Life OCCU 6512   Social Inequities in Everyday Life
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course aims to introduce students to empirical evidence and theoretical arguments concerning social inequities in everyday life and occupations, as well as implications for health and well-being. In occupational science, ‘occupation’ refers not to jobs but to all meaningful activities with which people occupy themselves, including work and education, care for self and others, leisure, and activities through which people connect with themselves and each other.
FORMAT: Online Delivery
PREREQUISITES: Open to graduate students and Special Student-Graduate Studies in any field, by permission of instructor.
RESTRICTIONS: Open to graduate students and Special Student-Graduate Studies in any field, by permission of instructor.