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Community Service (Cert)

Certificate (Cert)

Why choose the Certificate in Community Service?

You have practical work experience in the social services sector and you’re looking for additional training and practice in your chosen field. As a student in our program, you’ll acquire the knowledge and skills that help bring about effective change in special needs groups, organizations and communities.  

This certificate can be completed with an emphasis in Community Intervention, Health Promotion or Organizational Leadership.

Program options:

  • Certificate in Community Service (30 credits)

    The program is designed for those, although qualified in their own profession, who wish to obtain additional training and practice in their chosen field. The educational approach of the Certificate is experience-based learning, or learning-by-doing. Experiences in groups, both inside the class and outside, are integrated into the program. The Certificate can be completed with an emphasis in one of the following: Community Intervention, Health Promotion, Organizational Development.

See full requirements for this option in the Undergraduate Calendar

Part-time basis

The courses in the certificate program are tailored to suit the needs of the mature student, and are designed for completion on a part-time basis.

Further academic study

Credits earned in the certificate program may be applied towards the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree.

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