The minimum admission requirement is governed by the general requirements of the University.
Students who have graduated from Ontario secondary schools with six Grade 12 U or M courses, including Grade 12 English, and an average of at least 70% may apply to the Disability Studies program through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.
In this program, students learn the basics of academic writing, social justice, psychology and social work that provide the foundation for the Disability Studies program.
Please note: We have 2 versions of the recommended course sequence plans:
- For students enrolled after Fall 2019, please use this recommended course sequence plan (.docx) when selecting your courses and for the purposes of academic advising.
- For students enrolled before Fall 2019, please use this recommended course sequence plan when selecting your courses and for the purposes of academic advising.
For the most up to date course information please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar.
Visit the Registrar's website - Admissions page for application details.
If you are interested in one of our combined degree options or obtaining a Disability Studies minor please consult with an Academic Advisor.
To contact an advisor please contact the Disability Studies Program Secretary
Phone: 519-253-3000, Ext. 3064