|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science, School of Human and Social Development
|Field of Study:||Social Sciences, General
|Description:||Do you think about changing the world and making it a better place, but you aren't sure where to start? Do you want to empower people and enrich the lives of others? If you have a passion for social issues and want to advocate for social justice, then the Social Welfare and Social Development program at Nipissing University is the right home for you.
Our interdisciplinary program is unique in Canada in both name and content. It focuses on inequality and the groups that have been underrepresented in the distribution of resources, opportunities, and power. Our students graduate with a thorough understanding of the causes and consequences of inequality in global, national, and local contexts, and an ability to formulate options for improving collective well-being.
This program is eligible to be paired with our concurrent education option for students looking to pursue their BA and BEd.
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|Cost per year:*||
Tuition is based on 30 credits per year (5 courses in each of the fall and winter semesters). The cost of tuition does not include ancillary fees.