Community and Social Services Management - 987
Full-time: 2 semesters
Part-time: ~ 4 semesters
|Delivery:||Part-time or Full-time, online|
|Cost:||~ $250 - $500 per course (plus textbooks)|
|Intakes:||Fall (September), Winter (January), Spring (May)|
|Application Process:||Application must be submitted, with your official transcript, through the Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) www.ontariocolleges.ca.|
Develop the skills to manage community organizations, including those in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
What you'll learn:
- Examine and apply market-based strategies to achieve a social purpose.
- Explore key dimensions of the relationships between business, government, and wider society.
- Understand relationships between business, government and society.
- Develop and apply leadership competencies and develop a vision and values-based management approach.
- Social entrepreneurship.
- Corporate responsibility.
- Executive style delivery designed for working professionals.
- Work with industry partners during integrated learning projects.
- Project management structured for the industry.
- Solution-based learning assignments.
- Social entrepreneurship opportunities.
Admission & Registration
- An Ontario College Diploma (two-year or longer) or University Degree
- An acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education (as determined by the College)
- Proof of English proficiency for applicants where English is not their first language must be submitted.
- English Language Requirements
- If English is not your first language or you have earned the equivalent of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma or post-secondary education outside of Canada, you will be required to provide proof of one of the following:
- IELTS overall band of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0
- TOEFL iBT 80, no band less than 20
- TOEFL Paper-based, overall score 550
- CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment), 70
- PTE(Pearson Test of English) Academic 58
- CLBPT (Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test), overall score 7, no band less than 7
- Completion of level 8 of the General Arts and Science - English for Academic Purposes (GAS-EAP). Placement in the GAS-EAP program is determined by scores on an in-house English language test or TOEFL or IELTS
- English Language Requirements
How to Apply:
Application must be submitted, with your official transcript, through the Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) www.ontariocolleges.ca.
Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English. Options are available for mature applicants.
Program of Studies
The program of studies displayed below applies to students starting the program in the current academic year. Students who began in other academic years may require different courses to be eligible to graduate. If you have questions regarding a strategy for completion contact Continuing Education - Community Services and Support.
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|Course Code||Course Name||Course Description|
|BUSN10167||The Canadian Social Economy||Examine institutional structures and relationships in the social sector. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10168||Public Administration||Evaluate the administrative relationships between the levels of Government in Canada. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10169||Social Entrepreneurship||Examine and apply market-based strategies to achieve a social purpose. 42 hours.|
|BUSN10170||Ethical Practice||Examine the foundations of ethical thinking while considering the different perspectives and rationale for ethical decision making. 42 hours.|
|BUSN10171||Management Principles||Evaluate the key functions and roles of managers. 56 hours.|
|COMP10178||Project Management Applications||Apply the fundamentals of project management to the field of information technology. Utilize Project Management methodologies according to the Project Management Institutes PMBOK, (Project Management Body of Knowledge). Demonstrate an understanding and application of scheduling, scope, budgeting, risk assessment, critical path and resources through case studies. 42 hours.|
|Course Code||Course Name||Course Description|
|ACCT10121||Business Applications||An introduction to financial accounting, budgets, and financial decision making for Community and Social Service Managers. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10099||Corporate Social Responsibilities||Examine the key relationship dimensions between businesses, governments, and society. Discuss corporate social responsibility issues as they relate to quality of life, standard of living, sustainable development, and societal progress. Investigate Social Entrepreneurship, sustainability, commercialization, philanthropy, and the non-profit sector. 42 hours.|
|BUSN10172||Leadership and Communications||Develop and apply leadership competencies and develop a vision and values-based management approach. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10173||Resources Development & Civic Engagement||Examine theories and processes of resource development and civic engagement. 56 hours.|
|BUSN10174||Integrated Learning Project||Integrate and apply previous learning to complete a substantial analysis of a management, policy or human resources problem for a community or organization. 70 hours.|
|HRES10044||HR for Community Management||Generate skills and techniques used by HR professionals that could be applied to agencies and organizations. 42 hours.|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.
In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.
- Case Worker
- Supervisor of Community Justice Programs
- Community Development Worker
Where you could work includes:
- Individual and family services
- Civic and social organizations
- Local and municipal public administration
- Retirement and nursing care facilities
For more details on related occupations, job market information and career opportunities, see the Government of Canada website: www.jobbank.gc.ca/home
Personal Computer Requirements
Community and Social Services Management students may use any personal computer of their choice. This program does not have any specific hardware or software requirements that use a large amount of storage.