Overview

The Aboriginal Community Advocacy Program offers an Accelerated one (1) year, Ontario College Diploma Program.

Each year, a limited number of seats will be available to people with a university degree in the Social Sciences and Humanities such as Sociology, Indigenous Studies, Political Science, Indigenous Learning, Women’s Studies, Social Work or equivalent, or a community college graduate with a diploma from a community or social service program.

In addition, students with other degrees and diplomas with relevant experience related to the Aboriginal Community Advocacy Program may be considered.

  • The accelerated program will be comprised of courses from 1st and 2nd year.
  • The program duration of the accelerated program is two (2) semesters from September to May. 
  • Students must apply through www.ontariocolleges.com
  • Students must have a minimum 2.0 or C average.

A recent transcript is required.

Also see our full, 2 year Aboriginal Community Advocacy website for additional information …

 

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