Disability Studies

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Disability Studies

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Post-Graduation Work Permit

The in-person delivery of this program meets the eligibility criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program for international students.

What it costs for September 2022

The amounts listed are based on a full-time course load and are estimates, so should not be used as actual numbers. All amounts listed are in Canadian (CAD) currency.

If you are planning on taking a part-time course load, try our tuition and fees estimator to get an idea of how much it will cost you.

Tuition estimate+ Fees estimate= Total estimate
Term 1 $2,718.75 + $1,267.50 = $3,986.25
Term 2 $3,443.75 + $778.50 = $4,222.25
Term 3 $2,943.15 + $991.50 = $3,934.65
Term 4 $3,727.99 + $662.50 = $4,390.49
Total estimate $12,833.64 + $3,700 = $16,533.64

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Tuition estimate+ Fees estimate= Total estimate
Term 1 $6,660 + $1,267.50 = $7,927.50
Term 2 $8,436 + $778.50 = $9,214.50
Term 3 $7,132.80 + $991.50 = $8,124.30
Term 4 $9,034.88 + $662.50 = $9,697.38
Total estimate $31,263.68 + $3,700 = $34,963.68

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NorQuest College Student Financial Aid helps you see the financial resources you are eligible for. The Disability Studies program qualifies for several funding options.

Courses for September 2022

You must complete 20 courses to graduate. Courses are listed by term to show the recommended path to completing the program in two years as a full-time student. See Part-time study options for what you should know if you choose to study part-time.

 

Courses marked with (O) are available through Open Studies.

Credits needed for full-time status: 9 credits per term

Term 1 - 16 weeks, 5 courses
Written Communication COMM1007 (O)3 credits
Human Development DISB10003 credits
Utilizing Technology COMP1016 (O)3 credits
Introduction to Disability Studies DISB1002 (O)3 credits
Understanding Community I CBLE10103 credits
Term 2 - 16 weeks, 5 courses
Introduction to Communications COMM1001 (O)3 credits
Positive Behaviour DISB10033 credits
Exceptionalities I DISB10053 credits
Person-Centred Planning DISB10043 credits
Disability Studies Practicum I DISB11007 credits
Term 3 - 16 weeks, 5 courses
Exceptionalities II DISB20053 credits
Working with Families DISB20023 credits
Planning Responsive Environments DISB20063 credits
Community Alliances DISB20083 credits
Understanding Community II CBLE20103 credits
Term 4 - 16 weeks, 5 courses
Social Contexts in Disability Studies DISB20033 credits
Intercultural Perspectives on Mental Health and Complex Needs DISB20003 credits
Leadership DISB20073 credits
Disability Studies Practicum II DISB21007 credits

Electives - select 1 course

Women's and Gender Studies WMST2010 (O)3 credits
Dementia Studies DEMC1011 (O)3 credits
Indigenous Studies I INST1000 (O)3 credits
Introduction to Psychology I PSYC1040 (O)3 credits
Introduction to Rehabilitation RHAB1001 (O)3 credits
Introduction to the Study of Society SOCI1000 (O)3 credits
Introduction to Indigenous World Views COSW1005 (O)3 credits
Wellness Through Leisure WELL1000 (O)3 credits

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