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Nipissing University, in partnership with a health care institution consortium from Toronto, offers a 2-year nursing degree program to students who have completed a university degree in another discipline. This program is offered in the health care institution consortium through a blended delivery model and is 6 semesters in length over 2 years.
Admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Scholar Practitioner Program (SPP) is very limited. Admission consideration is based on the following criteria:
Certificate and Diploma Programs
The School of Social Innovation of the Faculty of Human Sciences at Saint Paul University offers a Graduate Diploma in Social Organization Development.
The study and practice of social organization development cover the creation, the consolidation and the strengthening of organizations working in the social field (NPOs, social movements, foundations, charities, co-ops, etc.).
This program is directed at a specific clientele: people already working in the field (employees and management of social organizations, social entrepreneurs, activists, community workers, trade unionists, members of cooperatives, and some workers from the public and parapublic sectors), or people who already have professional experience but wish to reorient their careers and start their own innovative project.
The program, based on the linking of theory with practice, provides students with the main analytical frameworks and approaches needed to meet the current challenges facing social organizations.
Bachelor of Social Work | Advanced Standing to Third Year | Part-Time | Accredited by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education.
Is it for you?
Understand how processes of marginalization and oppression shape people’s experiences and access to resources, power, and social and health services. Transform practice by promoting social justice in work with individuals, groups, communities, organizations, institutions and beyond.
Includes 840 hours of field experience through placements at local or international organizations; community and faculty projects; experiential learning to integrate theory and practice.
As a skilled advocate and collaborator, work to advance social justice and equity for individuals, families, groups and communities in fields such as child and youth welfare; immigrant and settlement services, social action groups; community, health and social services, non-profit organizations; research; education and policy analysis, in Canada and internationally. Pursue a master of social work (MSW) or a master’s degree in other areas such as early childhood studies, immigration and settlement studies or public policy and administration at Ryerson.
Nipissing University offers a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program that prepares students for the practice of social work through the development of competencies in working to effect change in a variety of situations that affect individuals, families, groups, organizations or communities. Students will develop a knowledge base related to the ways in which social, cultural and institutional contexts influence human behaviour and shape social work interventions, and how social structures benefit and disadvantage various segments of society. In addition to fostering intervention skills related to individuals, groups, families, communities and policies, students will develop a critical awareness of the role of social work in the development, maintenance and resolution of social and personal troubles.
Applicants must apply for admission to the Professional Years (Years 3 and 4) of the program. The professional years are open to both Nipissing and non-Nipissing students.
Admission to the professional years of the Bachelor of Social Work is limited and based on both academic and non-academic criteria.
Admission consideration is determined on the following criteria:
1. Grades (Minimum 70% overall average required)
2. Personal Statement
3. Analysis of a Social Issue
4. Volunteer and Work Experience
For further information contact the Admissions Office at 705-474-3461, ext. 4600 or email email@example.com.
Admission consideration will be given to applicants who have completed or be in the position to complete 60 credits (10 full-course equivalents), including SWRK-1007 (or equivalent), SWRK-2006 (or equivalent), SWRK-2106 (or equivalent), SWLF-1006 (or equivalent), 6 credits (1 full course equivalent) in Humanities and 6 credits (1 full course equivalent) in Science by the end of April 2019. If admitted, a final transcript indicating that all courses have been completed and required grades/averages have been met must be received by June 30, 2019.
Find a list of approved course equivalencies for Nipissing University’s SWRK-1007, SWRK-2006, SWRK-2106 and SWLF-1006 courses. Applicants who have completed course(s) not listed and wish to have them evaluated for equivalency should contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend that prospective applicants send their request prior to submitting an application. You may be asked to provide detailed course outlines when requesting the equivalency.
Find examples of subject areas that can satisfy Humanities, Social Science and Science requirements. Meeting the minimum admission average does not guarantee admission.
The MA program is intended for candidates who already have a good basic formation in Theology, with courses in various areas of Theology such as systematic theology, history, biblical studies, ethics and spirituality. It is designed to allow these students to gain greater familiarity with the various research methods in Theology, and to begin a specialization in a particular area, while promoting an integration of the theological formation already acquired. The program prepares students to teach at undergraduate level, to undertake doctoral studies in Theology, and to assume diverse administrative responsibilities in institutions or organizations requiring a formation in religious studies or theology.
Master of Arts (Theology):
Huron's Faculty of Theology offers the MA (Theology) for students interested in pursuing a graduate Master's degree with an emphasis on the integration of theological vision and the theological disciplines.
Master of Theological Studies:
Huron offers a 2-year, general academic, post-baccalaureate undergraduate degree in theological studies intended primarily for lay people, with no previous theological training.
Master of Divinity:
Huron offers a 3-year, post-baccalaureate, professional undergraduate degree preparing women and men for church ordination.
The first Graduate degree of its kind in Canada!
The Faculty of Human Sciences of Saint Paul University offers a new interdisciplinary graduate program leading to the degree of Master of Arts in Transformative Leadership and Spirituality. The degree highlights personal and social transformation, critical analysis and practice base learning.
Integrating the spiritual, ethical and transformative dimensions of leadership, this degree is designed to build leadership capacity for animating the personal, social, cultural and systemic change required for meeting the challenges of the 21st century. It allows participants to identify and develop their leadership capacities in order to become transformative agents within their respective environments.
Leaders and emerging leaders in health care, education, pastoral, government and non-governmental organizations are among those welcome to apply.
*Offered in English only.
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning | Two-Year Post-Baccalaureate | Full Time | Recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI). Accredited by the Professional Standards Board (PSB).
Is it for you?
Guide the operation and promote the growth of communities. Understand land-use concepts and strategies to create and implement plans that develop and enhance regional, urban, suburban and rural communities. Advise on planning decisions related to social, economic, environmental, cultural, land development, transportation and other issues.
Drafting and computer skills in studio practice; developing solutions to urban design and planning problems; student consulting teamwork; week-long field trips; international exchange program.
Address the complex needs, structures and rules of communities through progressive opportunities in a municipal or provincial government; in private real estate development, finance or retail; in a community social service or volunteer agency, legal firm; as a technical analyst, researcher, program and policy developer; as a political adviser, educator or planner in private practice. Pursue a master of planning in urban development at Ryerson.