This curriculum, leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree, will be 122 credit hours in length. Built into the Travel Instruction major will be the competencies necessary to prepare direct service instructors to assist persons with disabilities in meeting their travel needs. In addition to the major, students will be required to complete a 19-hour interdisciplinary minor.
The program consists of didactic courses, a 60-hour practicum, and a 600-hour internship.
Students apply to begin the professional program in the junior year.
Students who choose this major and interdisciplinary minor will satisfy the baccalaureate-level writing requirement by completing satisfactorily OT 4780.
Courses must be taken with approval of the advisor. All courses in the Travel Instruction major and interdisciplinary minor must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.