School of Disability Studies

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School of Disability Studies

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1999-

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Ryerson University’s School of Disability Studies, established in 1999, is the first in Canada to offer a degree education that is strongly rooted in a disability studies perspective.

The School of Disability Studies provides part-time university education to adults with a college diploma in the disability field or other related post-secondary academic credentials and work experience in a diverse range of fields. At the end of the equivalent of approximately two years of full time study, students will receive a Bachelor of Arts, (Disability Studies) from Ryerson University.

Information acquired from:
http://www.ryerson.ca/disabilitystudies/ (Last accessed July 2017)
http://www.ryerson.ca/disabilitystudies/about-school/index.html (Last accessed July 2017)

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