Community Economic Development

Graduate Diploma (GrDip)

Program overview

The Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development is for students who want to contribute to progressive change and civic engagement, at a time when complex, large-scale challenges are affecting societies around the world. You will explore the evolution of community economic development, community organizing and different theories of economic change. Today this includes the growing interest in social innovation and how it generates uncharted paths for community-based social and economic transformation. Our faculty members are actively involved in the community and social economy sector, allowing you to benefit from their scholarship and practical knowledge. Our diverse student body is comprised of community sector professionals and students with volunteer experience in a variety of organizations. Montreal’s history of community-based activism and economic development will serve as a backdrop as you take part in field projects with various local organizations.

Program Details

Contact us

Email: Perry.Calce@concordia.ca

Tel.: 514-848-2424 ext. 2575

Location:
2149 MacKay
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3G 2J2

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