Gain an advanced knowledge of applied social research and the opportunity to study in either of Canada’s official languages.
Help your community by creating supportive environments that encourage mental health and well-being where people live and work.
Apply your knowledge to many areas such as social and moral regulation, the social constructs of race, class, gender and sexuality, the sociology of childhood, youth, aging, the family, education, environment, health, and many others.
Public sector, community, government, business, media and international development: front line worker, probation officer, teacher, program developer, program evaluator, infrastructure developer, communications officer, community developer, urban planner, needs assessments and feasibility studies officer, organizational reviewer, strategic planner, volunteer trainer and supervisor, policy analyst, data analyst, report writer, human rights officer, human resource officer, media specialist, researcher, graduate studies.
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