Courses in this program are available only to students in the program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it is. International students can do their practicum at approved organizations and should confirm before enroling.
This is an online program, and you can participate remotely, pending approval of the practicum location.
Not at this time.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- English 30-1 with a minimum grade of 55% or English 30-2 with a minimum grade of 65% or equivalent
- Mature students will be admitted based on the university policy for mature students.
- International students whose first language is not English may have to demonstrate language proficiency
- Safety and Life Skills for Newcomers
- Understanding Family Dynamics in Settlement Work/Bridging the Divide
- Newcomer Needs and Effective Counselling
- Canadian Law, Human Rights, and Community Development
- Biblical Approach to Wholistic Care for Newcomers
- Individual and Family Finances for Newcomers
- Dynamics of Intercultural Relationship
- Health, Well-being, and Canadian Sports
- Understanding Existing Welcoming Patterns
- Settlement Studies Practicum
Instructors are in different provinces across Canada, and courses will be a mix of asynchronous and hybrid, depending on the individual course.
- Understanding Family Dynamics | Hybrid (Monday 6 ET)
- Newcomer Needs and Effective Counselling | Hybrid (Thursday 6 ET)
- Safety & Life Skills | Hybrid (Newfoundland Time– Wed.)
- Canadian Law and Human Rights | Asynchronous/couple meetings during the term (ET Wed.)
- Biblical Approach to Wholistic Care | Asynchronous/hybrid (Tues.)
No, Certificate Programs are not eligible for scholarships or any discounts.
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