Applied Disability Studies

Master of Arts in Applied Disability Studies
 
 
Graduate Program Director: Maurice Feldman maurice.feldman@brocku.ca
 
Specializations: Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
 
September entry point
Full-time and part-time options
  
 
The Application Process
 
Application deadline: January 15
 
Complete the online application and submit the non-refundable application fee.
 
You will need to submit your transcripts  as well as the following program specific materials: 
  
MA in Applied Disability Studies
 
  • One of the three  references may be from a professional with whom you have worked. In all cases, the information should relate to the ability of the applicant to undertake graduate studies in the MA program.  You will provide your references when you complete the online application.
  • Curriculum Vitae - this should indicate the applicant's education, employment, teaching and research activities/experience and publications/presentations (if any).
  • A Statement of Intent and demonstrated commitment to the field of disabilities and/or Applied Behaviour Analysis, of no more than two pages in length (12 pt font Time New Roman, single or double spaced), describing your academic, employment, volunteer, and/or personal experience in the field. This statement should include the applicant's research interests and an indication of which faculty members the applicant would prefer as possible thesis supervisors. 
 
Master of Applied Disability Studies (MADS) and Diploma in Applied Disability Studies
 
  • Academic references are preferred but some applicants may have difficulty obtaining academic references, and therefore, it may be more appropriate to obtain references from professionals. In both cases, the information should relate to the ability of the applicant to undertake graduate studies in the MADS Program.  You will provide your references when you complete the online application.
  • Curriculum Vitae - this should indicate the applicant's education, employment, teaching and research activities/experience and publications/presentations (if any).
  • A Statement of Intent and demonstrated commitment to the field of disabilities and/or Applied Behaviour Analysis, of no more than two pages in length (12 pt font Time New Roman, single or double spaced), describing your academic, employment, volunteer, and/or personal experience in the field.