Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including Disability Studies 1010A/B, or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 1010A/B, with a minimum grade of 60%.

Module

6.0 courses:

1.0 course: Disability Studies 2201F/G (or the former Disability Studies 2201A/B) and Disability Studies 2202A/B, or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 2246.

5.0 courses: from Groups A and B as listed below. Students must take at least 2.5 courses from Group A, including 0.5 at the 3000-level, and must complete a total of 1.0 course at the 3000- level in the module.

Group A: Any Disability Studies course level 2000 or above, Philosophy 2072F/G, Sociology 3339F/G.

Group B: Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2255F/G (or the former Political Science 2265F/G), Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3360F/G, History of Science 2220, Interdisciplinary Studies 2252F/G, Philosophy 2203E, Political Science 3312F/G, Political Science 3309E, Psychology 3310F/G, Psychology 3311, Psychology 3320F/G, Psychology 3725F/G, Psychology 4303F/G, Sociology 2245, Sociology 3304F/G, Sociology 3305F/G, Sociology 3371F/G, Thanatology 2200, Thanatology 2230A/B, Thanatology 2234A/B, Thanatology 3355A/B, Women's Studies 2223F/G.

Admission Requirements 

Completion of first-year requirements, including Disability Studies 1010A/B, or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 1010A/B, with a minimum grade of 60%.

Module

4.0 courses:

1.0 course:Disability Studies 2201F/G (or the former Disability Studies 2201A/B) and Disability Studies 2202A/B, or the former Interdisciplinary Studies 2246.

3.0 courses from Groups A and B as listed below. Students must take at least 1.5 from Group A, up to 1.5 can be taken from Group B.

Group A:  Any Disability Studies Course level 2000 or above, Philosophy 2072F/G, Sociology 3339F/G.

Group B: Childhood and Social Institutions 2210F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 2255F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3300F/G, Childhood and Social Institutions 3360F/G, History of Science 2220, Interdisciplinary Studies 2252F/G, Philosophy 2203E, Political Science 3309E, Political Science 3312F/G, Psychology 3310F/G, Psychology 3311, 3320F/G, Psychology 3725F/G, Psychology 4303F/G, Sociology 2245, Sociology 3304F/G, Sociology 3305F/G, Sociology 3371F/G, Thanatology 2200, Thanatology 2230A/B, Thanatology 2234A/B, Thanatology 3355A/B, Women's Studies 2223F/G.

Note: Special Topics in Disability Studies may be substituted by permission of the Program Coordinator.

Note: Programs may change from year to year.