Applied Disability Studies

VISION

The Vision of the Department of Applied Disability Studies is to be an internationally recognized, preeminent academic program that contributes to the betterment of the lives of people in our community and beyond with a focus on persons with disabilities and underserved populations.

MISSION

The Mission of the Department of Applied Disability Studies is to educate students who will be agents of change to help better the lives of people in our community and beyond with a focus on persons with disabilities and underserved populations, We strive to contribute knowledge and improve services by conducting cutting edge basic and applied research, and by providing transdisciplinary, quality postgraduate education to the next generation of professionals, researchers and educators, and experienced professionals in the field. Faculty are internationally respected in disability studies and Applied Behaviour Analysis. 

Our Department

Faculty are internationally respected in applied disability studies and applied behaviour analysis, and the students will be able to take a stimulating program of study that meets their current and future interests and career aspirations.

BACB

The Behaviour Analyst Certification Board®, Inc. has verified certain courses we offer toward the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst® (Option 1) examination.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Department of Applied Disability Studies will be conducting all Fall term (commencing September 2020) courses online – students will be notified via email of their course schedule in the coming weeks.

!!! UPDATED – PART-TIME MADS APPLICATIONS STILL BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE  2020/21 ACADEMIC YEAR – DO NOT DELAY APPLY TODAY !!!

ADS will NOT be accepting applications for MADS (no specialization) for the 2020-2021 admissions cycle.

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